By Harri Kairavuo | eastsideportsanalysis.com
From a betting perspective 2014 was very bad for me and those who followed my predictions. The year got off to a good start with some very profitable Spring Training picks. The beginning of the regular season was even better and I was very satisfied with how thinks where going and with the interest my service had got. I wasn't though fooled by the good start and knew, that things could change fast. And so they did. In the end, it turned out to be the first losing season for me and meant that there was going to be a lot of work to do in the off-season. Everything bad comes with something good and in this case the good was The Handicapper. The purpose with The Handicapper was to create a software, which could help me and other MLB-handicappers in their daily work.
We’re now two months into the off-season, which has been a pretty wild one what comes to trades and free agent signings. I started the preparation for the 2015 MLB Season a few days after the 2014 Regular Season ended. The first thing on my to-do-list was to try to find out what went wrong this season and why the selections were not profitable.