We took it up a notch on The Bettor’s Box today. Host Adam Burke went from what he considers Baseball Betting with Sabermetrics 101 to Baseball Betting with Sabermetrics 201 on today’s edition of the top baseball betting podcast in the business.
We’re trying to maintain as much normalcy as we can these days with all of our content, both on BangTheBook.com and also BangTheBook Radio. We’ve taken a look at CFB Games of the Year, NFL free agency and futures odds, and horse racing of late and will continue to tap into those things as more and more betting lines and news comes out.
Also, be sure to check out our sportsbook reviews and keep in mind our friends over at DSI Sportsbook and that BTB200 promo code for a 100% deposit match bonus for the sportsbook and the same for the live casino.
On today’s edition of The Bettor’s Box, host Adam Burke continued painting a comprehensive picture of how he breaks down starting pitchers, including a focus on some of the ones that we have already talked about. Today’s topic of discussion was about contact quality against. There are some important metrics, like exit velocity, Hard Hit%, and Barrel rates that are a big part of Adam’s handicapping and he explained the reasons why on this podcast.
Adam looked at extremes on the exit velocity sides both ways, talked about what constitutes a barreled ball and what makes them so bad, and mentioned additional names of pitchers that are on his “bet on” and “fade” lists for the upcoming 2020 baseball season.
Join us on Tuesday when we chat with Brian Blessing about NFL free agency and horse racing.
The best way to get all of our shows is right here at BangTheBook.com, where you can listen right in the recap article. You can also subscribe to us on iTunes and get all of our podcasts downloaded instantly to your mobile device or computer. You can also find us on Spreaker, where we upload all of our individual radio show segments, as well as Soundcloud. Search “BangTheBook” to find us on TuneIn, Podbean, Overcast, and Stitcher and let us know if we’re not on your favorite podcast app so we can get there as well.
Follow Adam on Twitter (@SkatingTripods) and also be sure that you follow @BangTheBook on Twitter. The top comments, questions, and suggestions will be mentioned on the show and every Tweet sent to either handle will get a response.