The second half of the MLB season begins tonight and host Adam Burke was able to talk about it on today’s edition of The Bettor’s Box. Adam looked at some betting angles to consider in the near-term and also the long-term for the second half, looked at the futures market, and talked about some adjusted season win totals on the podcast.
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Host Adam Burke was excited for the All-Star Break as a chance to look at some college football stuff, but it is back to the baseball betting grind now. Adam opened the show by talking in general about the Trade Deadline, prospects and minor league call-ups in the second half, and what appears to be the start of CBA negotiations. After that, Adam looked at futures opportunities for the second half.
World Series and Division futures joined adjusted season win totals as topics of conversation on the program, as Adam looked at some of the opportunities available to bettors. After keying in on those picks and suggestions, Adam looked ahead to the weekend with thoughts on Red Sox vs. Yankees, Brewers vs. Reds, and Astros vs. White Sox.
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