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February 25, 2010

O's: Today's job posting

The Orioles just announced this year's ballboy and ballgirl tryouts. The club will hold interviews on March 6 at noon at the Warehouse for anyone 18 or older who wants to spend the summer in an Orioles jersey, but making substantially less than the $400,000 major league minimum salary.

Question: If candiates have to be 18 or older, shouldn't they be called ballmen and ballwomen. Just asking.

If you want to be considered, show up at the Bud Light Warehouse Bar entrance dressed in business casual attire. It wouldn't hurt if you brought a resume.

Posted by Peter Schmuck at 11:09 AM | | Comments (6)
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They actually get paid? I thought it was one of the "this is a treat" type jobs.

My nephew tried out for this two years ago. Didn't get the ballboy gig, but did land a job as a runner for the season.
He had a lot of access to players and was up in the press box a bit, he liked the job a lot but it got a little old when the losses started to pile up.

What are the healthcare and 401K benefits like?

rly a resume?

Do i need a glove or a bat???

best post....PCB ROB...a close second, Wayne! (did I just say that?) cant wait for 1st gm of SPRING!!!! hoooahh

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