Host Adam Burke talked about a lot of league-wide offensive trends on today’s edition of The Bettor’s Box. There are a lot of things that are happening around the league that are a lot different from what we’ve previously seen and they made for great talking points on today’s show. It was a little bit shorter of a show, but just as sweet as usual.
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Host Adam Burke was back on the air with a new edition of The Bettor’s Box on Thursday August 6 and he highlighted a lot of interesting developments around the league on offense. He talked about how the dynamics of scoring have changed quite a bit and how platoon advantages are not carrying the same weight as they once did. Adjustments will need to be made and some adjustments especially to Adam’s way of thinking.
After a reminder about what to look for with day-to-day betting odds, Adam previewed four series ahead for this weekend with thoughts on Astros vs. A’s, Diamondbacks vs. Padres, Yankees vs. Rays, and Cubs vs. Cardinals.
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