Last Updated: 2019-07-01
The midpoint of the MLB season has come and gone for a lot of teams and that means that host Adam Burke had a lot to discuss on this edition of The Bettor’s Box, including some soul searching regarding his year-to-date.
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Host Adam Burke took a survey of his year-to-date on the July 1 edition of The Bettor’s Box. It was a more serious discussion than the Monday Mailbag questions, which included talk of Adam’s go-to music choices. Adam talked about the struggles he’s had this season and about some approaches that might work better with baseball betting for those that have the means. Along with that candid discussion, Adam looked at Cubs vs. Reds, Rangers vs. Rays, and Dodgers vs. Rockies.
Following a look at some June stats and some regression candidates, Adam recapped line moves during the Down the Lines segment, gave a lean for tonight’s card, and then focused on the week ahead. He talked about Cubs vs. Pirates, Brewers vs. Reds, Orioles vs. Rays, Astros vs. Rockies, Red Sox vs. Jays, and Yankees vs. Mets.
We’ll play it by ear on a new edition of The Bettor’s Box on Thursday.
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