It is Thursday and you know what that means. More baseball betting insight and analysis from host Adam Burke on The Bettor’s Box. Adam had a lot of things to discuss on today’s podcast, including the start to the season offensively, why contact metrics matter, a recap of some series that just wrapped up, and a preview of the weekend ahead.
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The baseball season is off to a nice start for host Adam Burke and you can hear it in his voice on Thursday’s edition of The Bettor’s Box. Adam talked about why contact management metrics are so important to him and also about whether or not the ball appears different this season. After a discussion about extra innings strategy, he recapped Rockies vs. A’s, Angels vs. Mariners, and White Sox vs. Indians.
A look at line moves from Monday to Thursday led to a pick for Thursday night and Adam also broke down four series for the weekend ahead with his thoughts on Indians vs. Twins, Dodgers vs. Diamondbacks, Padres vs. Rockies, and Red Sox vs. Yankees.
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