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Associate, Baseball Operations 


Built upon our storied legacy, the New York Yankees look to attract the best possible talent not just on the field but in the front office as well. It is our shared responsibility to maintain the first-class reputation associated with the franchise in all aspects of our business.

The Associate, Baseball Operations position is a rigorous 12-month program geared to prepare entry level candidates for a career in baseball.

Primary Responsibilities:
  • Evaluate players, including identifying and providing assessments of trade and free agent acquisition targets
  • Coordinate and prepare advance scouting materials for the major league team
  • Assist the Baseball Operations, Pro Scouting, and Quantitative Analysis staffs with daily tasks and ad hoc projects
  • Analyze video and tag data for collection in internal systems
  • Research comparable contracts to help determine market value of various players
Qualifications and Experience: 
  • Bachelor’s degree
  • Experience and proficiency with Microsoft Office
  • General understanding of baseball
  • Flexible work schedule (including some nights and weekends)
This description is intended to describe the type of work being performed by a person assigned to this position.  It is not an exhaustive list of all duties and responsibilities required of the employee.  The New York Yankees are an Equal Opportunity Employer.  The Company is committed to the principles of equal employment opportunity for all employees and applicants for employment.

The New York Yankees require a Covid-19 vaccination and booster as a condition of employment, subject to exception under applicable law.

The base annual salary for this position is $45,000 – $50,000, plus a comprehensive benefits package.

Job Questions:

  1. What is the earliest date that you are available to start the Associate program?
  2. Are you available to work 40+ hours per week, including during some nights and weekends?
  3. What are your favorite statistics for evaluating baseball players?
  4. What are your favorite baseball-related websites, books, or podcasts?
  5. Who do you think are the five best starting pitchers in MLB right now? (Ignore contract status, age, etc.)

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