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NFL Corruption Part #2-2022 Weekly Thoroughbred Racing True Crime Call To Post

4 out the 5 Triples Crown Races we have given out profitable information

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NFL corruption that results in higher prices for fans. At this point only upper middle class can go to the games, and only middle class can afford to watch the games. Poor people have to work or watch the games at the bar to work the price of watching games with food.

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In this episode we tackle the history of NFL corruption that results in higher prices for fans. At this point only upper middle class can go to the games, and only middle class can afford to watch the games. Poor people have to work or watch the games at the bar to work the price of watching games with food.

The Kentucky Derby had a 270 million dollar handle The 2022 all-sources handle figure is an increase of more than 10 percent over the previous non-Triple Crown record of $102,163,280 for the Belmont Stakes officials, no doubt, celebrated the record handle of $112,504,509…-to-233-million Crime Reference for Podcast Episodes Preakness Handle 2022- $138 million in wagers Mis spoke on Podcast Linda Rice has bought over a Trillion dollars in horses to race and sale prices / $89,000,000 in winnings Only races in New York ? Why ?

In 2003, gamblers wagered more US$15 billion on horse races in the United States, according to Jockey Club statistics, a high-water mark that has been swirling down the drain ever since. (The amount bet in Canada peaked in 1990 at US$823 million). The betting numbers ticked up to US$12.2 billion in 2021, but factor in inflation, toss in a pandemic, and wagering today is half what it was 20 years ago

To cover her shady training and business processes ? Evidence is defined as information and events that can be proven
1) Video evidence with corroboration of the information
2) Contemporaneous documentation with corroboration
3) Eye witness testimony with several sources that corroborate the eye witness testimony
4) Probability theory where variables are eliminated to a logical conclusion and a 20 % “luck factor” is added to the process Strategy – Transparency – Information flow – Exploit market inefficiencies – Return

To the mean -Arbitrage -Return to mean -Law of opposites – Enjoy the ride Anti-Social Personality Disorder
1) Lack Of remorse
2)Frequent lying
3) Lack Of Empathy
4) Superficial Charm
5) Lack Of Positive Emotions
6) Distorted sense of Self
7) Constant source of new sensations

Vertical Integration

The combination in one company of two or more stages of production normally operated by separate companies.

Who are those people?
What is their background?
What is their expertise?
Are they credible?
Are the genuine? What’s the structure of the business model?
Where does their allegiance lie?
Do they have any particular self interest?

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1. Do not commit: 2 crimes at the same time
2. Do not go back to the scene of perfect crime
3. Dig deep graves ; you never hear in the about deep graves being found
4. Truth is stranger more bazaar then fiction. (Always do your research)
5. Use Academic Decision science to make decisions
6. Know and study selective prosecution doctrine used by law enforcement
7. If you live in the past you die In The past “Pete Carroll”
8. Common Sense is not so common
9. Every meeting has to have a specific purpose and Outcome
10. For something to be business it has to be repeatable ; profitable: quantifiable and scalable

Also we tell the story of American True Crime within the Horse Racking Industry, local municipal and county governments perennially in the United States

In “Horse Racing True Crime” up coming true life story narratives. We give over view of the super rich and crime 70% NFL Picks Against The Spread counting NFL College Football, College Basketball, Horse Racing and Major League Baseball. @josuevizcay (#MLB #College Basketball #NBA #College Football ) Josh Abner

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70% ESBC Weekly Thoroughbred Racing “True Crime” “Call To Post” Preakness 2021 “Measure Of The Man”

Horse racing syndicates and crime operations can not go  on without county board members. We bring an honest one to educate on  the whole process
In this episode we track Legendary Trainer Bob Baffert using the last little bit of this equity that “he does not know  how the horses are being spiked” Art Sherman
Update : Medina Spirit the winner of the Kentucky Derby 2021 Dead of a Heart Attack 
The Kentucky Derby had a 233 million dollar handle
Also  we tell the story of American True Crime within the Horse Racking  Industry, local municipal and county governments perennially in the  United States In this episode we meet the type of activists that  attack the Horse Racing Industry over deaths that seems to be for over  spiking horses for massive profit In this episode we profile like  writing a script in a movie the back story of the characters involved in  “Horse Racing True Crime” up coming true life story narratives.
We give  over view of the super rich and crime 70% NFL Picks Against The Spread counting NFL College Football, College Basketball, Horse Racing and Major League Baseball. @josuevizcay (#MLB #College Basketball #NBA #College Football ) Josh  Abner MBA
Financial Representative & US Local Political historian  makes you are always up ; with Picks at a high percentage but teaches  the “how” that is omitted from helping you out to win consistently #winnerswin We teach you the how’s and the why’s without charging you or asking you for a dime for anything or trying to sell you anything Michael Prestonise MA. Derby 2021

Hollywood Royalty Tim Conway Jr.Podcast Story

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Key Points Discussed on the Podcast

  1. If you want to go to be a great story teller listen to the guys at the track
  2. If you want to go to the beach “Put a Black Lives Matter Shirt ; pitch a tent, and tell the cops you are protesting
  3. Do not bet on horses that are nervous: but no one really knows
  4. Horse racing is a great place to teach kids math
  5. The only people telling people not to go back to work has the resources to work at home
  6. You are only born with so much luck.
  7. 50,000 in the track watching races.But local media focuses on the 9 people outside protesting
  8. American culture and the culture at the race track kept Mel Brooks alive after his wife died.
  9. Online betting off track is killing the race track
  10. His Dad was a good handicapper which made going to the track
  11. When you get pulled over in Mexico : one cop shakes you down and the other cop tries to steal the your car radio
  12. SportsBetting is going to happen because the state needs the tax revenue
  13. Betting unders on MLB is going to cash
  14. When Betting Hockey look at “road-dogs”
  15. To much being taking out in taxes
  16. Two types of people of people in Covid19. A) People who just have rearrange their schedule B) And people who are really struggling

” I learned math at the race track and my reports at school sometimes included insight from the racetrack” Tim Conway Jr. said. 

Conway Jr. Is Hollywood Royality. His Dad Tim Conway is a Hollywood Legend as he was on the The Steve Allen Show, McHele’s Navy, Turn-On,The Tim conway Show (1970), The Carol Burnett Show. (He earned 4 Emmy Awards) 

Clips from the Carol Burnett show can be seen on this link… 

Conway Jr. career has been lengendary as well. He has been a rock on the nighly time slot for the #1 rated news talk raido station in Los Angles KFI640

Conway Jr spent his childhood around Santa Anita, Hollywood Park and Del Mar Racetracks with his father, Tim Conway (Carol Burnett Show), four younger brothers and older sister.

During his early career, he produced his own internet radio show and thanks to its popularity, he was offered an opportunity to host a radio talk show on 97.1 KLSX-FM. Over twelve successful years, Conway’s show became famous for providing Southern Californian’s with a wide variety of entertaining topics including live police chases, Hollywood craziness, and sharing current events with a twist of humor. 

“What The Hell Did Jesse Jackson Say?” was a favorite segment and maintains a substantial cult following to this day. In 2009 when KLSX switched to an all-music format, Conway joined forces with KFI-AM 640, the No. 1 news/talk radio station in the country, to continue bringing his unique and comedic perspective to topics like politics, gambling, and more. Fans love his knowledge of history and his down-to-earth take on life; and also enjoy the refreshing levity he delivers.

Throughout his career, Conway has been featured on numerous television programs (Fox 11, CBS, NBC, ABC) and has also received various industry honors including: a Golden Mic award, an Edward R. Murrow award, and a Marconi nomination for “Personality of the Year” (2016). When he’s not busy entertaining listeners, he enjoys spending time with his family, supporting local charitable organizations, and hanging out at the racetracks!

Tim Conway Jr. KFI radio joins the Podcast and make us laugh It is avaialble on All Podcast Platforms. 

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Pro Baseball Waiting Game-2

Tom Petty once wrote “The waiting is the hardest part”

In a normal baseball season, July signifies the All-Star break, and at the end of the month we have the trade deadline. In 2020, the month of July begins with an air of optimism, but more-so unease. The first day of July marked over three months of this countries sport’s shutdown. Baseball was halfway through Spring Training when the players were told to head home and be safe. In those three months a lot has changed, mainly our vocabulary and priorities. Phrases like “social distancing, herd immunity, wear your mask,” are all a part of our common nomenclature. Leaving the house, you now add “mask” to your list of possessions you need, entering stores looking for the hand sanitizer immediately, and even turning Zoom into a part of everyday life.

As our country begins to emerge from quarantine baseball heads towards a season no one will soon forget. But first, a second wait begins.

For the better part of the two months the main baseball headline was concerning the labor negotiations and questions as to whether we would have any baseball at all. After a tenuous negotiation, a deal was struck, and July 1st became the beginning of “summer training.” On that day, all players and staff were tested for COVID-19. Of over 3,000 tests, only 38 tests were positive. This was an incredibly positive sign for a league that needs it. Padres OF Tommy Pham was one of the players who did test positive but was asymptomatic. Pham will begin a 14-day quarantine but should be cleared by the July 24th opener. For obvious reasons, players must consent for their positive tests to be public. Phillies manager summed it up best when asked about why a player was placed on the Injured List (IL): “What I can tell you is they are on the injured list, and that’s about all I can tell you.” (Quote via article from

Despite a large number of players testing negative for the virus, several players have opted out of the new season. Saturday, July 4th David Price announced he would not play this year. This comes days after the best player in baseball, Mike Trout, expressed concerns and “doesn’t feel completely comfortable,” raising questions as to whether the season will go on without its superstar. Washington National’s reliever Sean Doolittle gave this quote to Jesse Dougerty (@Dougerty_Jesse) via twitter: “I think I’m planning on playing. But at any point, if I start to feel unsafe, if it starts to take a toll on my mental health, with all the things we have to think about and this cloud of uncertainty hanging over everything, then I’ll opt out.” Doolittle is not alone and while baseball in 2020 survived contentious negotiations, it is unknown if that will all be in vain.

Here at the ESBC podcast network, our job is to find the value hidden between the lines. Price opting out of the season is a blow to the Dodgers, but they still will be heavy favorites to win the west and because of the depth in LA, a pennant is still likely. We will see changes in the lines, and it is possible Vegas overreacts to this loss and drops the Dodgers odds into a valuable pick. Currently the Dodgers are -700 ($70 bet only nets you $10) and there is little value in that. If Mike Trout does indeed opt-out, the Angels numbers would inflate for good reason. Currently the Halos are +525 (Bovada) to win the AL West. In last week’s article I highlighted the value of this pick as I think the Angels will be particularly good this year. However, taking the best player in the game changes a lot. By no means are the Angels a one player team. Shohei Ohtani will both pitch and hit after only DHing last year while recovering from Tommy John. The addition of Anthony Rendon was great for Trout as he would be legitimate protection in the lineup. Pitching will be the weakness but veteran manager Joe Maddon, has always gotten the best out of mediocre pitchers (yes James Shields, I am talking about you.) In the next few weeks more players will opt out and the value picks will be there. As will we…

By: Brandon Ferst

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The Billion Dollar Major League Baseball Question

A lot has changed in 140 years, unfortunately some things have not. Since 1880, Memorial Day was a day of somber celebrations, BBQ’s and major league baseball. The league staggers game starts so there is always a game going on until 10:30 PM PST. This year baseball, along with so many other things, was taken from us.

The players union (MLBPA) and the league’s owners have been slugging it out at the negotiation table for the better part of 6 weeks now. For a while, the pay structure was the main hurdle with a nationwide unemployment rate currently in the US, now the amount of games is the major hurdle that will be cleared.

All summer we have been asking when we will get baseball back, I think the “million-dollar question” we should be asking is, ‘Do the owners want to bring baseball back?’  We have predicted from the beginning July 4th 2020 you can listen to our COVID19 baseball comeback Podcast.

    To answer that question, you first have to understand the owner’s mindsets. Team ownership is symbol of royalty in the US. Not only must you be obscenely wealthy, you also go through a vigorous background check. Your finances are audited with a fine-tooth comb and at the smallest hiccup you could be ineligible.

You can blame these precautions on one of sports greatest con-men John Spano (not Spanos). Spano effectively bought the New York Islanders with no money. Baseball ownership has been spotty as well. From 1984-1999 the Cincinnati Reds were owned by one of the most vocal racists in sports history, Marge Schott.

The same year we saw Schott finally sell the Reds, former Astros owner Drayton McLane, Jr. made an ominous choice of selling the naming rights of their new stadium to Enron Corporation. Three years they had to change the name overnight as Enron was exposed for their crimes. Current owners are all businessmen at their core. They don’t see baseball as a sport, they see it as a profitable market for them to exploit.

They don’t see players; they see assets that all have price tags on their ears. Nearly every decision that is made by them has a goal of making them the most money.         

  As of 2019 every MLB team was valued at one billion dollars or more. Currently Cincinnati Reds owner Bob Castellini has the lowest personal net worth at 400 million. Ten of the thirty MLB franchises have owners whose net worth is less than one billion.

All but one of those owners are in “small markets” (CLE, COL, SD, KC etc.). New York Mets owner Fred Wilpon has a net worth of only 500 million while the Mets current value is 2.3 billion dollars. These ten owners are fighting harder than most to keep player costs down for obvious reasons.

Owners have finally relented to a pro-rated pay scale depending on how long the regular season is. On June 1st, the MLBPA sent a proposal to the owners with a 114-game season. By that plan, the players would be entitled to 70% of this season’s salary.

For owners who are not making any money on tickets, concessions, and certain advertising opportunities, that is too much. As expected, the owners rejected the proposal and chose NOT TO send a counteroffer. In the search for the answer to our million-dollar question, this is a major clue.       

    Even before the MLBPA’s proposal was sent to the owners, Phillies IF Trevor Plouffe called out the owners. This was his exact tweet: Here’s a theory that makes too much sense not to post:Owners want to play the least amount of regular season games possible. 60 is the number baseball needs to have a full postseason. They will continue to run the clock out until 60 games is the only possibility.@trevorplouffe       

    Obviously, this shows you the level of trust the players have when negotiating with their employers. From a baseball fan’s standpoint, anything less than 81 games will feel like an exhibition season.

Whoever wins the World Series will have an asterisk, if it is less than 81 it will feel empty. No other sport is dealing with the struggles that major league baseball is. As if dealing with COVID regulations were not enough, a labor struggle is developing. A lost season due to a labor dispute may be the final nail in baseball’s coffin.   

        All the leverage lies with the owners. Unlike players, they have assets to live off of easily and they aren’t usually in the public spotlight. Most owners will show their faces at charity events or PR events. If you do not like a player, buy a ticket and boo him.

Don’t like an owner? Too bad, just ask a Mets fan. The ball truly is in the owner’s court. While most owners will say the fans are the most important part of the team, they know it is money. The country needs baseball now than ever, but the powers at be seem content to wait until the profit margins are acceptable.      

     As we patiently wait for the billionaires and millionaires to split up thousands of dollars one thing is true, major league baseball is in the midst of a PR nightmare. Millions are on unemployment, more are fighting an unjust system, all while men playing a kid’s game fight for relative peanuts.

Our “Billion-dollar question” has a complicated answer. While owners do want to bring baseball back, they will only do so when it is profitable.

Brandon Ferst


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