Job Posting: Boras Corp. Baseball Research Analyst

Position: Boras Corp. Baseball Research Analyst

Location: Southern California

Boras Corp. is a well-known sports entity hiring an analyst in our MLB research group. You will be working in an office-based setting with other members of a research staff and will be responsible for handling a variety of statistical and other informational needs. The ideal candidate is a recent college graduate with a genuine interest in a career in the baseball industry. This position is located in Southern California (relocation not provided).

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree from an accredited university (or sufficient relevant experience).

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Prior baseball or team sports experience.
  • Proficient in Microsoft Excel and PowerPoint/Keynote.

To Apply:
To apply, please send an email with the subject “Research Position” to by April 3rd.

The body of the email should contain the following, in this order:

  • Your resume.
  • In addition to the traditional resume information, please be sure to include any details about athletic experience or ability to speak a second language.
  • Your full contact information.
  • How you obtained this listing.
  • Your minimum annual salary requirement (needs to be a specific dollar figure).
  • Emails that do not contain all of this information will not be considered. Please do not send cover letters or attachments. Any application with an attachment will be discarded. Non-local candidates must be able to find transportation to Southern California to interview.

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FYI if you haven’t listened to Jonah Keri’s podcast with Scott Boras it is fantastic:


I’ve not been a Boras fan… though I was raised (and remain) staunchly pro-labor. That podcast was really interesting. Thanks for posting the link.

I never thought I’d feel this way, but I’m envious of the person that gets this job. Seems like Boras Corp would be an awesome place to work.


But… gotta disagree about his data driven comp with Wieters:Fisk. BBREF top 10 most similar catchers to Wieters thru age 30:

Jody Davis (971.9)
Ramon Hernandez (958.2)
Miguel Montero (958.2)
Charles Johnson (948.3)
Rich Gedman (935.0)
John Buck (934.6)
Earl Battey (931.7)
Jonathan Lucroy (930.2)
Michael Barrett (929.3)
Jarrod Saltalamacchia (928.4)

No Fisk on that list. And thats a Bill James similarity score (data driven).


Yeah, in general it made me really respect the man quite a bit. He was a fascinating interview to say the least.