Assist with importing, cleaning, and preparing of baseball datasets. Assist with the design, development, testing and support of proprietary data collection and decision-support systems. Design ad hoc SQL queries. Assist with statistical modeling of baseball data. Execute exploratory research and analysis as directed. Review public research on a regular basis. Provide support for important events such as the Rule 4 Draft, the trade deadline, contract negotiations and salary arbitration. Support Baseball Operations, Scouting and Player Development with ad hoc requests. Other duties as assigned by members of the Baseball Operations Department.
Required Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
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