Job Posting: Baseball Info Solutions Is Hiring

Our friends at Baseball Info Solutions are hiring an Entry Level.Net Programmer and a 2013 Intern:

Entry Level .Net Programmer

Baseball Info Solutions is looking for a entry level .NET programmer to start ASAP.

The entry level .NET developer is responsible for designing and implementing solutions based on business and client requirements. The .NET developer will work independently on smaller projects and as part of a team on larger projects. The ideal candidate will demonstrate professionalism and high level communication skills as he/she may work directly with management and clients. The .NET developer will be expected to demonstrate strong problem solving and decision making skills in a fast paced environment. An understanding of relational database design and knowledge of reporting services is helpful.

Candidates must possess:

  • Understanding the phases of the software development life-cycle.
  • Knowledge of object oriented design, coding, and implementation.
  • Experience using Visual Studio.
  • Knowledge of SQL.
  • Passion for baseball.
  • In-depth knowledge of baseball and scoring rules.
  • Excellent communication skills.
  • Ability to work independently and as part of a team.
  • Ability to work a flexible schedule possibly including nights and/or weekends.
  • Four-year degree in Computer Science or Mathematics or equivalent work experience.

Baseball Info Solutions offers an excellent benefits package, a casual work environment, and a unique opportunity for a baseball-minded professional.

Email resumes/cover letters to

2013 Internship

Internship Overview
BIS is looking for highly motivated individuals with a desire to work in the baseball industry. Interns will have a chance to make an immediate impression on the company, as BIS is still relatively small in size. Each intern will be collecting data that is directly used by several MLB teams for advance scouting purposes. Not only will the interns become more familiar with the strengths and weaknesses of hundreds of professional players; they will learn about the ins and outs of the baseball statistics industry.

Internship Responsibilities:
  • Score and pitch chart MLB games using specialized computer software
  • Check the accuracy and validity of data
  • Prepare and analyze statistical data for delivery to customers
  • Assist with the production of the 2014 Bill James Handbook
  • Provide administrative support to the full-time staff


  • Demonstrated knowledge of baseball and baseball scorekeeping
  • Ability to identify and differentiate between pitch types
  • Computer proficiency and the ability to quickly learn new software
  • High school or college baseball playing experience is preferred but not necessary
  • Must be able to work nights and weekends
  • Enrolled or recently graduated from an accredited college or university

Internship Timeframe:The internship will begin on March 20th and conclude at the end of the regular season (September 30th), with a possibility of extending through the middle of October.

Compensation:An hourly rate of $7.25 and/or college course credit will be offered to each intern

Anyone interested in the internship should send a cover letter and resume to Dan Casey No phone calls please.

David Appelman is the creator of FanGraphs.

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9 years ago

Dang.. I was really liking the idea of the second posting until I saw $7.25 an hour. I think I’ll just work at Taco Bell for $8 an hour.