Control and operate mobile and stationary cameras. Frame camera shots for live field productions as directed. Utilize equipment to enhance production. Follow shoot schedule and directions from the Technical director. Help with camera setup and set preparation for the game.
Operating Daktronics show control computer relaying images to the video board via the game day script for in game actions, head shots, rotators, sponsored spots, and in game promotions.
Controlling the audio levels from a mobile sound mixer on the concourse level.
Playing set sounds for in game actions, music for player walk up songs, in game promotions list and stadium wide entertainment throughout the game.
Has the daily responsibility for the technical operations with coordinating the mobile and stationary cameras from the production room.
Recording of game and making cuts to use highlights of game feed to use later on during in house presentation. Must have knowledge and experience using NewTek 3Play.
Communicate all announcements, including starting lineups, in-game updates, sponsor messaging, presentations and other announcements as set forth in the game-by-game script. Must Be attentive to pronunciation of player’s names, as well as the rules and flow of baseball. Strong vocal talent with a unique and definitive personality. Ability to multi-task and make timely adjustments in a stressful environment. Comfortable announcing to large crowds of all ages.
Pitch Clock Operator
Operate the pitch clock from the press box. Pay close attention to and understanding of the rules of professional baseball are vitally important for this position, with proper signaling to the in-game umpires. All rules provided by Major League Baseball and Minor League Baseball must be adhered to with regards to the pitch clock operation. MLB/MiLB-led training for all Pitch Clock Operators is expected, and mandatory. The ideal operator would have previous experience with professional and/or amateur baseball teams in the press box or as an official scorer
The Linescore operator inputs each pitch and in-game action into a computer program that feeds data into the scoreboard and live video stream.
The Official Scorer makes and announces all decisions related to Rule 9 of the Official Baseball Rules, clarifying scoring rules interpretation to club and media personnel when necessary. The Official Scorer is responsible for confirming the official box score at the end of each game. Keep a detailed scorecard of the game, focusing on every pitch and play. Coordinate approval of the official post-game report with the Stringer prior to its transmission to the statistician. Must have exceptional knowledge of the Official Baseball Rules, and especially Section 9 of OBR.
Input each pitch and in game action into a computer program that feeds data into Major League Baseball’s Official Stats Network. Responsible for validating all information and uploading the data after the game.