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Job listing closed on 11 Apr 2023
3 Nov 2022

MiLB/Pro Baseball Data Operations

πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡Έ Memphis, TN, USA
Part Time
1+ year exp.

Major League Baseball (MLB) is seeking Data Operations seasonal personnel for the International League, Pacific Coast League, Florida State League, and the Atlantic League of Professional Baseball.

Data Operations personnel are responsible for digitally scoring games from the ballpark, which provides the data used in the live content applications on, including Gameday, real-time highlights and text alerts, and by our business partners. This is a perfect part-time job for a responsible, computer-savvy person who happens to be a big baseball fan.

Responsibilities include:

  • Arrive at the ballpark no later than one hour prior to the scheduled start time

  • Double-check and verify all pre-game information: rosters, umpires, weather conditions, etc.

  • During the game, enter the results of every pitch and game event (plays, substitutions, etc.) using our proprietary software and coding language

  • Work closely with our game-night support staff (via Slack) to ensure proper scoring of all game events and accuracy of data

  • After the game, enter all post-game information and validate all stats and data in our scoring software against the box score provided by the Official Scorer.

Qualifications include:

  • Exceptional (and demonstrable) knowledge of baseball and how to score a baseball game

  • Strong computer proficiency (Windows OS, Windows-based software and Chrome browser) and the ability to quickly learn and operate new software

  • Knowledge and use of Slack chat software

  • Network connection management (Ethernet, Wifi enabling/Disabling; test MAC Address)

  • Previous experience (including pressbox exposure) with a professional or college sports team, preferably baseball, is preferred.

  • Regular availability to attend games in-person as required by the schedule: weekdays, nights and weekends

  • A "team player" with a great attitude, including but not limited to a willingness to make and learn from mistakes and the ability to work closely and cooperatively (and take direction from) our game-night staff

  • It is a fun job and we pay people to watch baseball, but it is also an important job and we want people who will take the responsibility seriously.

There is a correspondence training program before working any games solo in the ballpark.

ONLY those who reply to this link will be considered, and due to volume, we may be unable to respond to all applicants.