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6/20/18 Wharton Moneyball

In this episode of Wharton Moneyball our hosts start of the show talking E-Sports and The World Cup. Then we get an even closer look at the 2018 World Cup with play by play announcer for FOX Sports Glenn Davis. Plus they check in with former major league pitching coach Rick Peterson to see how things are shaping up in baseball. Check it out! Follow him on Twitter @GlennDavisSoc Guest Info: Glenn Davis - Play by Play announcer for FOX Sports' coverage of the FIFA World Cup. He is a former professional soccer player himself, starting out with the Houston Dynamos where he now calls games for their local TV broadcasts. Rick Peterson - Former major league pitching coach for the Mets, As, Brewers, and Orioles. He is now a sought after motivational speaker and is co-author of Crunch Tim: How to Be Your Best When it Matters Most Check out his website: http://www.rickpetersoncoaching.com/ Follow him on Twitter @RickPetersonCT

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