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6/13/18 Wharton Moneyball

In this episode of Wharton Moneyball our hosts kick off the show talking World Cup, NBA Finals, and the Stanley Cup! Then Jeff Seder of EQB Inc. comes on to talk about horse racing and The Triple Crown. Plus Stefan Szymanski, Co-Author of Soccernomics, comes on the talk more World Cup. Then we wrap up the show with the US Open, MLB, and our weekly Over/Unders. Tune in and check it out! Guests: Jeff Seder - The Founder, Owner and President of EQB Inc. and is a longtime friend of the show. He has been in the world of horses for over 40 years and is a leading talent scout buyer for young unraced Thoroughbred racehorses… Stefan Szymanski – Co-Author of Soccernomics. Professor of Sport Management at the University of Michigan's School of Kinesiology. He has written many books for both an academic and general audience, including the bestselling Soccernomics which has their 2018 World Cup edition out now.

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