The Wharton Moneyball Post Game Podcast


3/14/18 Wharton Moneyball

During this episode of Wharton Moneyball hosts Cade Massey, Adi Wyner, and Shane Jensen talk everything from baseball stats and home run numbers to hot hands and March Madness. Tune in to hear how our hosts model and choose games as well as a funny story about Adi in the Mets clubhouse! All that and more, check it out! Guests: Rob Arthur - A journalist and consultant covering baseball, criminal justice, politics, and other topics. His articles have appeared in FiveThirtyEight, the New York Times, Slate, and VICE News. Dan Stone - Assistant Professor of Economics at Bowdoin College since 2012 and prior to that was Assistant Professor of Economics at Oregon State University. His main research interest is belief formation and decision-making under uncertainty. Jeremy Arkes - Associate Profressor at the Naval Postgraduate School in Monterey, California. Outside of Sports his research interests include military man power, economics and substance abuse.

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