I guess we could call September 22 a day of reckoning for host Adam Burke on The Bettor’s Box. After shutting down the daily MLB picks and tips piece for the rest of the season, Adam talked about a lot of the changes that he will look to incorporate going forward on today’s edition of the ATS Radio MLB betting podcast.
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Host Adam Burke had a few epiphanies thanks to a sour close to his MLB handicapping for the 2020 regular season. A lot of changes are coming and Adam used his platform on The Bettor’s Box to discuss those changes. After talking a little bit about the playoffs, the new format, and the end of the regular season and how to handle it, he launched into several points of emphasis that will change his MLB handicapping philosophies for next season.
The focus will be shifting away from the regression analysis handicapping and will be less about the stats and what they are telling us and more about looking for expectation based on pitch selection, matchups, contact quality, and a different way of studying the game that we all love. Adam also highlighted some league trends that could carry over to next year and how those have negatively impacted this season’s capping and will have to be accounted for next season.
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