Nothing is normal these days, but we tried to bring you some sense of normalcy on this Monday edition of The Bettor’s Box on BangTheBook Radio. Host Adam Burke talked Major League Baseball and more than a dozen pitchers that you want to dig a little harder with before the 2020 season gets underway.
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Host Adam Burke took listeners into The Bettor’s Box to chat about some pitchers to have your eye on once the baseball season actually rolls around. Adam took a look at some of the biggest ERA-FIP discrepancies out there from 2019 and talked about why they are a thing and what they mean going forward.
These are names that you’ll want to file away for the start of the season and also for your fantasy baseball drafts when you are eyeing those pitchers in the later rounds. Adam looked at potential positive regression candidates and potential negative regression candidates based on the statistics from last year. Write these names down and keep them in mind. We’ll be talking about a lot more of them as we go forward.
You’ll hear from us again on Thursday with a new edition of The Bettor’s Box.
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