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Wharton Moneyball: NFL Films, Player Analytics, & 2018 MLB Season

Ep. 110

In this episode of Wharton Moneyball from 8/8/18 hosts Cade Massey and Shane Jensen kick off the show talking about college football and the recent Hall of Fame inductions. Then they get the latest on football player analytics with the senior producer for NFL Films. Plus the Assistant General Manager of Baseball Operations for the Colorado Rockies joins to talk about the 2018 MLB season. Tune in!


Guests:

Greg Cosell - Senior Producer for NFL Films where he was worked for 38 years and is also the Executive Producer and Analyst for ESPN’s NFL Matchup. 


Zack Rosenthal - In his 13th season with the Rockies and the fourth as their Assistant General Manager of Baseball Operations. He also serves as the teams Assistant General Counsel.

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