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Beyond the Box Score is hiring!

If you'd like to join us at Beyond the Box Score, the time is now.

Christopher Hanewinckel-US PRESS

As the 2013 baseball season begins to heat up, and Spring Training gets started, it's time for us at Beyond the Box Score to gear up for the new season as well. We're looking for a few good persons to join us on staff here, and we'd like to open up the hiring to our community and the public.

One of the things we pride ourselves on at the site is sabermetric analysis. And our current (and former) staff writers are very, very good at that. But there's another thing we'd like to do more of, and that's link and respond to sabermetric articles from the rest of the internet. You've seen a number of those articles here on the site, things like this piece on the WBC by Matt Hunter, which responds to an article by Dave Cameron at FanGraphs.

We'd like to do more of this, to help link out to other great saber-slanted sites and articles, and to keep moving discussion forward. So, we'd like to hire one or two folks to help us do this. If you think that you could write 3-5 articles per week like the one I posted from Matt above, then shoot me an email at bryangrosnick {at} gmail {period} com. We'd really like to hear from you.

In addition, we're also looking to add someone to help supplement our writing and analysis with eye-catching infographics. If you've got an eye for design and a head for baseball, drop us a line (same email address), and join our team.

These positions are volunteer positions, but you get the benefit of working with some remarkable baseball minds on a site that has great visibility and is part of the SB Nation network of blogs. In addition, if you'd like to do analysis at some point in the future, this is a great, great place to start. Beyond the Box Score contributors have moved on to do work in baseball operations, as well as write for just about every smart, savvy baseball publication / web site on the planet.