Host Adam Burke had a lot of important announcements to make on today’s edition of The Bettor’s Box about the future of the podcasts at BangTheBook.com and about some changes that you most definitely want to be aware of going forward. Those were the most important highlights of the show today, but Adam also talked all things baseball, including his thoughts on the Trade Deadline, some updated platoon advantage numbers, and a whole lot more.
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Host Adam Burke had some big announcements to open up the show. BangTheBook Radio and The Bettor’s Box are moving. They are moving to ATS.io beginning next week. Subscribers won’t notice any changes with their links or RSS feeds, but the name will change. Adam also announced some format changes as well, so you’ll want to listen to the show in order to get all of the particulars.
Baseball was still talked about today, as Adam gave his thoughts on the Trade Deadline and also talked about platoon advantages and league-wide offense. Lefties aren’t hitting righties nearly as well as they did in the past and that has loomed large, along with the lack of line movement that we’ve seen recently in the betting markets. With a pick for Thursday and a look ahead to some of this weekend’s games, you got the news you needed and the insights you want on today’s show.
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