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The Bookies.com Podcast Episode 20: NASCAR, MLB & Golf

The Bookies.com Podcast Episode 20: NASCAR, MLB & Golf

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The Bookies.com Podcast is back and ready to go for spring training!

Bookies.com handicappers Adam Thompson and Dan Kilbridge are fired up for pitchers and catchers reporting and take an early look at 2021 MLB betting. They talk about recent trends, starting pitcher workload, World Series futures odds and how this year is shaping up compared to a very strange, shortened 2020 season.

They also talk a little golf/NASCAR betting, college basketball championship futures and much more.

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Here’s a detailed look at this week’s topics:

0:37-5:28: Adam discusses his NASCAR betting experience and the ticket he cashed on Michael McDowell coming off the Daytona 500.

5:28-18:40: The guys get into MLB betting with spring training now officially underway. They start with a look at recent trends, including the increased importance of bullpen and ways to adjust like the first five innings line. Bet MLB futures over at FOX Bet.

18:40-30:48: Dan and Adam take a look at the MLB World Series futures odds with the Los Angeles Dodgers (+350), New York Yankees (+550), San Diego Padres (+800) and Chicago White Sox (+850) among the top betting contenders.

30:48-35:40: Dan complains about the current state of college basketball as the guys take a quick glance at the March Madness futures odds with three weeks left in the regular season. You can bet NCAA basketball at DraftKings.

About the Author

Dan Kilbridge for Bookies.com
Dan Kilbridge
Handicapper Dan Kilbridge writes about college football, MLB and other sports for Bookies.com after spending three years covering Tiger Woods’ comeback and the PGA for Golfweek.