Last Updated: 2019-07-04
The Bettor’s Box was short and sweet on this July 4 holiday, but still jampacked with information and betting tips for this weekend. Host Adam Burke checked out historical results for the final weekend before the All-Star Break and previewed a whole bunch of series for the next few days.
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Host Adam Burke wanted to get something out to listeners on this July 4 holiday and he put together just over 20 minutes worth of insight and analysis on the final weekend of the first half. Adam looked back at the last five years to see if there were any betting angles for the weekend before the All-Star Break and what he found may surprise you. He also talked about Sunday records for favorites going into some much needed downtime.
Adam also previewed seven series for this weekend, with opinions and tips on Brewers vs. Pirates, Yankees vs. Rays, Phillies vs. Mets, Padres vs. Dodgers, Angels vs. Astros, Cubs vs. White Sox, and Indians vs. Reds to look at some line moves, some potential totals plays, and some side picks as well.
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