The AL West took center stage on the July 9 edition of The Bettor’s Box, the best MLB betting podcast in the business. Host Adam Burke did his Five and Fly segment spending about five minutes on each of the five AL West teams and then previewed the weekend ahead in the KBO on today’s show.
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The AL West looks like a really interesting division for this 60-game format, as host Adam Burke discussed on today’s edition of the show. Adam took deep dives into how things look for the Houston Astros, Los Angeles Angels, Oakland A’s, Seattle Mariners, and Texas Rangers with assessments of how the 60-game format could positively or negatively affect them. He also talked about futures betting with those teams.
To finish up this edition of the podcast, Adam took a look ahead to the weekend in the KBO with NC at LG, Doosan at Lotte, SK at Hanwha, Samsung at KT, and finally Kiwoom at Kia.
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