Phillies offer chance to be left-handed batting practice pitcher for 2018 season

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PHILADELPHIA, PA - APRIL 27: The Philadelphia Phillies logo is seen on their on deck circle during the game against the Chicago Cubs at Citizens Bank Park on April 27, 2012 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The Cubs won 5-1. (Photo by Brian Garfinkel/Getty Images)

PHILADELPHIA– Do you want to work for the Philadelphia Phillies?

The team is offering one left-handed person the chance.

The team announced via Twitter yesterday that they are seeking a left-handed pitcher that can serve up batting practice for the team in the 2018 season:

Manager Gabe Kapler spoke in the video asking for applicants.

According to the Phillies’ website, the team is seeking applicants that can meet the following requirements:

  • At least 21 years old
  • Be able to efficiently throw a baseball left-handed with precision accuracy and moderate pace
  • Some previous experience at the high school, college or professional level preferred (but not required)
  • Be available on all Phillies home game dates at Citizens Bank Park (exact hours TBD)
  • Must be a selfless team player who wants to contribute to bringing a World Series Championship to Philadelphia

The team notes that this is a part-time paid position and that you must include a short Youtube clip that showcases your skills.

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