It is finally a quiet day in the MLB world as only the Home Run Derby takes place tonight. Host Adam Burke handicapped tonight’s Home Run Derby and shared some interesting stats and thoughts from the first half on today’s edition of The Bettor’s Box. It was a different kind of show to be sure, but one that yielded more great information, which is exactly what you expect from this podcast.
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Host Adam Burke is a big fan of the Home Run Derby because it represents something different and the chance to feel like a kid again watching baseball. The daily grind is all about the business side of the spectrum, but the Derby is a whole lot of fun to follow. It can be a lot of fun to bet as well, which is why Adam broke down the important stats and some things on the first-round matchups for tonight’s event. He also gave his pick to win.
After doing all things Derby, Adam looked at some really interesting stats from the first half of the season, including lots of stuff on the Mariners, Orioles, and Yankees. He talked about underachieving and overachieving offenses, records in one-run games and with leads after five innings, and a whole lot more. Lastly, Adam did an overview of the Trade Deadline and talked about what he expects to see as teams complete their transactions.
Join us on Tuesday when Adam and Brian Blessing talk about The Open Championship and the NHL offseason.
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