Michelle has a master’s degree in criminal justice from Boston University (2009) and was working toward a PhD in Public Policy Administration/Law when she took a detour via Vegas.
Sometimes it pays to wait until teams have been playing for a while and have some historical data in the regular season before you place a bet. You want to look at history, streaks, and get a feel, if you will about how a team is doing.
When it comes to the NL West, Michael Klopman, an associate producer for Sports on Earth has written that there are “some really good teams” but he questions whether or not the LA Dodgers will have what it takes to win again.
Checking out the odds of the New York Mets winning the 2017 World Series is looking like 12/1 and 6/1 that they will come away with the National League pennant. Why do I not feel comfortable betting either?
Betting on futures is a bit complicated, and the best of handicappers might tell you they know for sure this team or that team will make it to the final round but there are so many variables that are simply not known early in the season.