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5/16/18 Wharton Moneyball

In this episode of Wharton Moneyball our hosts kick off the show talking about NBA drafting. Then Former Major League Pitching Coach Rick Perterson joins the show to talk about pitching injuries and rehab. Plus sports stats writer Michael Lopez gives the latest on drafting and umpire research. Tune in! Guest Info: Rick Peterson - Former Major League Pitching Coach for the Mets, A’s, Brewers and the Orioles. He is now a sought-after motivational speaker and is co-author of Crunch Time: How to Be Your Best When It Matters Most. Check out his website: http://www.rickpetersoncoaching.com/ Follow him on Twitter @RickPetersonCT Michael Lopez - Assistant Professor of Statistics at Skidmore College and he runs the website StatsByGomez.com. He's written about topics in several sports for FiveThirtyEight, Deadspin, Sports Illustrated, and consults for a premiere league soccer team. Follow him on Twiiter @StatsbyLopez

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