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The Chicago White Sox – Damn fine folks to work for

The Chicago White Sox are seeking a short-inning relief pitcher.  The Chicago White Sox are a Major League Baseball team in the American League, and have a proud tradition of adequate levels of winning dating back to 1901.  Position will be called upon to pitch in 6th, 7th, and 8th innings on average of three nights a week, but occasionally on back-to-back nights.  Need fastball of at least 91 mph with movement.  Additional breaking pitches preferred, but not required.  Preference will be given to left-handers, but right-handers are still encouraged to apply.  Must be mobile with the ability to field position as a lot of backing up of the catcher is likely to be required.  Please provide a list of references with no more than three other professional organizations that have given up on your career.  Must understand that injuries are a risk in this line of work, especially with our team’s history.  Minorities encouraged to apply.  Conversational Spanish is a VERY big plus.  Email resumes and video files of game footage.  No calls please.

Job Title: Set-up man

Posted By: Chicago White Sox Office of Baseball Operations

Job Function: Provide late-inning relief pitching/protect fanbase from Scott Linebrink

Start Date: Looking to make a hire this week who will start immediately.  IMMEDIATELY!

Salary Range: Based on experience/whether or not you’re a Boras client

City: Chicago

Deadline: Yesterday

Email: Coopslatestproject@whitesox.com

Mandatory Job Qualifications: Plus fastball, a career WHIP under 1.50, ability to deal with A.J Pierzynski, must be able to find strike zone without the use of a compass

Desired Qualifications: Left-handed, have a breaking pitch than can be thrown consistently for a strike, injury-free history, team player who can work comfortably in a smaller organization

Job Type – Temporary > Contracted

Type of Work – Pitching > Relief > Late-Inning

Location – Cook County



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