Reports To: Assistant Director, Professional Player Valuation
Department: Professional Player Valuation
The Pittsburgh Pirates are currently seeking a full-time Analyst to join their Professional Player Valuation team. The Professional Player Valuation team is responsible for producing internal valuations of players and for communicating the insights from their research to others within Baseball Operations. This role will provide candidates with opportunities for growth and the ability to learn from others throughout the organization. In this role, you will have the ability to influence roster construction and to see the impact of your work on the field.
Primary Role Responsibilities:
This Candidate Can Expect to be Involved In:
Preferred Candidates Possess Multiple of the Following:
When you submit your application, please include an original piece of research, or a project you have worked on, that you feel is relevant to this position. There is no expectation that this research/project is baseball-specific. It is an additional benefit if you can include your code.
To be considered for this position, you must apply here.
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Candidates’ analysis should reach the following conclusion: If the player in question is scheduled to earn more than $1,000,000, that player is overvalued and should be traded for prospects.