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Are You Ready For That Dream Job?

Are You Ready For That Dream Job?

I received an E-Mail from MLB yesterday and thought ‘d share it with you in case any of you might be interested in a baseball dream job.  I won’t be applying because (a) I can’t re-locate; and (b) I’m not much of a writer (which you already know).  If you are interested, follow the directions.

Dear Mark,

Major League Baseball is conducting a casting call for a baseball fan’s dream job.  The winner of this Dream Job promotion will move to NYC to star in a baseball web series and be a part of a live interactive experience for baseball fans that will include watching every MLB game over the course of the entire baseball season (simultaneously when multiple games are on at the same time), blogging opinions, interacting with fans through social media and appearing in video blogs.  The web series will be distributed on MLB.com and through social media outlets. 
The winner will be a person who:
o   has an encyclopedic knowledge of the entire league
o   entertaining personality
o   unique writing style and voice
o   a sense of humor
o   be comfortable in front of a camera
o   and most importantly, love baseball

Fans can apply online at http://mlb.com/dreamjob/.

Hope all’s well… I thought this item would be of interest to you and your readers… The winner will literally relocate to NYC and this will be their job for the season… Let me know if you have any questions.
Jeff Heckelman
Manager, Business Public Relations
Major League Baseball

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3 Responses to “Are You Ready For That Dream Job?”

  1. Ken says:

    Maybe I should apply. I can dead on impersonate Louis Armstrong, Bullwinkle, Jimmy Carter, and a few others.

    Wow. Work a long day and find that Egalitarianism actually rules.

    Too bad about Padilla and Belisarios. At least Ned can now say that he will adding at least 2 players mid season. Now Elbert’s future is totally in his own hands and “head”. I hope that Elbert has turned the corner and makes the team this year.

  2. Bill Russell says:

    No mention of salary. That’s always scarey.

    Ken, How do you impersonate Louis Armstrong? The voice or by tooting your horn? Hello Dolly………..

    What is the deal with Padilla? Is he out for the season? I thought it was weird hearing that the Dodgers might be interested in bringing Weaver back.

    • Ken says:

      Cute pun! By voice but then I don’t talk for a few hours afterwards. People are happy about both results.

      More pitchers having surgery. Too bad about Wainwright. The sky is falling, the sky is falling. Oh sorry that was last years blog!

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