Job Posting: TrackMan Cape Cod Data & Operations Intern

Position: TrackMan Cape Cod Data & Operations Intern

Location: Cape Cod

At TrackMan Baseball we measure stuff – the speed, spin and movement of pitched and hit baseballs.

We do this using proprietary 3D Doppler radar hardware and software. The majority of Major League teams use our products and services for player development and evaluation. We also work with collegiate, Japanese and Korean teams, premier amateur baseball organizations, broadcasters and equipment manufacturers.

Our business is growing fast. By the start of next season we will have a network of radars installed in more than 100 stadiums on three continents, and dozens of remote systems traveling the US.

We are looking for a TrackMan Data & Operations Intern to be our hands and eyes on the ground at Cape Cod Baseball League games during the 2016 summer. The D&O Intern will be out in the field on a daily basis focused primarily on operating the TrackMan system and ensuring data quality measures are effectively in place at the point of capture. You will be an integral piece of ensuring the added TrackMan value to players, coaches, college teams, and Major League teams. This position runs from June 10th – August 13 and pays $25/game.


  • For all scheduled CCBL games, operate the TrackMan system and ensure all data is being captured effectively, as well as validate the quality and accuracy of all captured data.
  • Support the TrackMan data operations teams in ad-hoc data requests and evaluations.


  • Current college student or recent graduate with education focused on Sports Management, Statistics / Mathematics, Operations Management, or similar.
  • Strong computer skills (will be using the TrackMan application regularly and may need to do basic system navigation / follow Help Desk step-by-step in case of issues).
  • Strong knowledge of baseball rules (comfort in baseball culture a plus).
  • Passion for the game of baseball.
  • Experience in Project Management a plus.
  • Basic database and/or analytics experience a plus.
  • Ability to lift upwards of 50 lbs.

This position is compensated.

To Apply:
To apply, please send a resume to Kirby Young at No phone calls please.

Paul Swydan used to be the managing editor of The Hardball Times, a writer and editor for FanGraphs and a writer for and The Boston Globe. Now, he owns The Silver Unicorn Bookstore, an independent bookstore in Acton, Mass. Follow him on Twitter @Swydan. Follow the store @SilUnicornActon.

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