Summary of Responsibilities:

St. Louis Cardinals are currently seeking candidates for this position to be located at each of our domestic minor league affiliates and our Dominican Republic Academy. The Minor League Affiliate Fellow will handle all video and technology at these locations to assist the minor league coaching staff, including the manager, hitting coach, and pitching coach. The data collected from video and technology will be utilized to provide feedback to players for development.

Pre-game, this position will manage the distribution process, setup and utilization of all baseball & sport science technology. During the game, this position will handle technology resources for the minor league coaches from the dugout. Post-game this position will ensure all data and video collected from the day is available for reporting & analysis; create reports for players and coaches as required. This position will work directly with the Video & Technology Team and reports to the relevant minor league manager for day-to-day responsibilities at the affiliate.

The position is a seasonal job for the 2024 season only, but may lead to full-time employment in Player Development, Scouting, or elsewhere within Baseball Operations.

Essential Functions of the Job:

  • Manage baseball & sport science technology and video capture at the affiliate (e.g. TrackMan, Blast Motion, Edgertronic Camera, Polar, Whoop, etc.).
  • During the game, depending on staff needs:
    • Manage in-game capture of technology and video from the dugout
    • Quality assurance of the video and data collected for analyses
  • Communicate any implementation issues to Technology Specialist / Technology Integration Coordinator that are not remediated through initial troubleshooting
  • Attend Spring Training and travel with assigned minor league team on the road throughout the season

Education & Experience Required:

  • Proven ability to use and troubleshoot baseball or sport science technology (like pairing portable TrackMan to an Edgertronic camera, syncing wearable technology to a mobile device, etc.)
  • Familiar with or a demonstrated willingness to learn technology such as Blast Motion, TrackMan, and video integration
  • Postgraduate or college senior available to start work during Spring Training
  • Proficient with computers, iPads, and other electronics
  • Ability to work weekdays, nights, weekends and holidays
  • Spanish or Chinese Mandarin (Taiwanese) fluency a plus


  • The Minor League Affiliate Fellow position is considered a full-time position including salary, health insurance, benefits, housing stipend and meal money during road trips.

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