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    I’ll also add something I’ve commented on before…The Cubs ran the table at 6-0 last season against the team that deafeated the Cardinals during the first round of the ’22 post-season. Moreover, they swept the Mets in a 3 game series played in NY in Sept. of ’22 and finished up the regular season by winning 16 of their final 22 games in which their pitching staff allowed more than 3 runs only 3 times. They always seem to play the Cardinals well, but I expect them to do the same with a lot of other teams in ’23.

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    bling said:

    It suggests the possibility that the mechanism used has a bias towards bunching them up.

    I believe the intent is to adjust the odds to keep the money being bet as close to 50-50 over-under as possible.

    Brian Walton

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    Bob Reed


    So, Corbin Carroll twice as likely as Walker. That makes sense to me, as CC is a guaranteed starter from Day One. Walker, far from it. But at any rate, here’s the odds from my website:

    MLB 2023 AWARDS (ALL IN)

    Andrew Painter +4000
    Bobby Miller +3559
    Brennen Davis +8000
    Brett Baty +3559
    Cade Cavalli +1816
    Eguy Rosario +10000
    Elly De La Cruz +1200
    Eury Perez +3300
    Ezequiel Tovar +1053
    Francisco Alvarez +1410
    Jared Shuster +5000
    Jordan Walker +285
    Kyle Harrison +3500
    Matt Mervis +3559
    Matthew Liberatore +3559
    Michael Busch +4500
    Miguel Vargas +804
    Noelvi Marte +2500
    Quinn Priester +8000
    Ryan Pepiot +4000
    Sal Frelick +3044
    Spencer Steer +2224
    Corbin Carroll +385
    Kodai Senga +854

    Eury Perez opened at 60-1 last week, so that was the best value in my opinion. (Of course, he ain’t 60-1 now.) Hey, what did the dachshund get when the kid dropped his ice cream cone? Frelick.

    But truly, the Brewers have some serious outfield prospects. Jackson Chourio in particular, and Frelick is no slouch.

    Brian Walton

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