It’s time to go back to calling The Bettor’s Box an MLB betting podcast. With news that the season will begin July 23 or 24, host Adam Burke spent most of the show talking MLB, but he still managed to work in some KBO on this June 25 edition of the podcast. Adam talked about the return to play, why futures are a bad idea, what he’ll be looking for this weekend in the KBO.
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Host Adam Burke opened the show by talking Major League Baseball for the first time in a long time. The MLB return plan features 60 games with a division-heavy schedule, so that was the first point of emphasis. Adam also told listeners why they shouldn’t play futures and season props, but also talked about the teams that would be on his radar if he did.
Questions surround the upcoming season and variance will be high, but the MLB is scheduled for a return and that is the best news we could get here on The Bettor’s Box. To finish out the show, Adam gave some KBO thoughts on the weekend with Kia at Kiwoom, KT at Hanwha, LG at SK, NC at Doosan, and Samsung at Lotte.
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