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Episode 56: Leadership lessons straight out of Moneyball

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Rick Peterson joins Joe this week for a conversation on leadership. Rick Peterson is a former pitcher and pitching coach in Major League Baseball. He was most recently the Director of Pitching Development for the Baltimore Orioles. He was a pitcher in the Pittsburgh Pirates organization, but is most notable as the pitching coach for the Oakland Athletics, New York Mets, and the Milwaukee Brewers. Peterson is known for his unique use of biomechanical research and psychological principles to help pitchers improve their pitching motions. He is also a bestselling author with his must-read leadership book Crunch Time.

In this episode, Rick talks about his time working for the Oakland A’s during the Moneyball period. Rick also talks about his new book Crunch Time and shares some of his key leadership lessons. Be sure to check out Rick’s bestselling leadership book, Crunch Time!

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