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Job Title: Student Intern
Reports to: Marketing Manager and Media Manager
Compensation: Straight Commission, with Revenue Tier and Progressive Bonuses

Primary Responsibilities

  • Identify youth sports teams to develop Team Yearbooks.
  • Work with players on those teams to develop and post their sports resumes online.
  • Work closely with players, parents, and coaches in approaching local businesses to advertise in Team Yearbooks and to sponsor players in producing their sports resumes.
  • Research and compose stories for posting online and in print publications.
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Channeling Don Zimmer: The Role of the Bench Coach in College Baseball Christopher J. Anderson Assistant Baseball Coach, Drew University

Staff Writer, July 16, 2014

The position of baseball bench coach has an elusive past. Sports historians continue to debate who worked the dugout as the first bench coach in the history of baseball. Was it Christy Mathewson of the New York Giants who, from 1919 to 1921, rode the pine as special assistant to John McGraw? Was it Johnny Pesky, an assistant coach who worked side-by-side with Ted Williams for the 1969 Washington S...
Performing in the Clutch

Nakeem Grant, July 12, 2014

Based loaded two outs in the bottom of the 9th. The crowd is raucous. A walk would tie the game, a base hit to the outfield or a strikeout could end the game. As a former player, I’ve been in positions quite similar to this scenario both as a pitcher and a hitter. I have succeeded and failed during these moments. Ultimately, I learned many lessons from both my successes and failures. Each lesson...
Baseball's Unwritten Rules

Nakeem Grant, July 1, 2014

Baseball is America’s pastime. In its coveted history, most of the general rules have made this game a sport that is based on intellectual stability. There have always been boundaries for players to respect and follow so therefore, there are certain actions that cross the line. These  actions aren’t written down in the rulebook so they may not be one of the first things that players ...
Baseball with Matt: Hideo Nomo Edition

Matt Nadel, June 4, 2014

Hey baseball fans! Did you know that MLB stars like Hideki Matsui and Ichiro Suzuki first started playing professional baseball in Japan? However, they may have never came over to the United States if not for 1995 NL Rookie of the Year and MLB star pitcher, Hideo Nomo. Nomo first got started with professional baseball in the 1980s. In 1988, he helped Japan win a silver medal in the Summe...



Getting in the Zone

Nakeem Grant, May 25, 2014

Have you ever had that feeling at the plate where the bat feels like a twig? That feeling when the baseball looks like a beach ball no matter where it’s pitched? What about that feeling on the mound as a pitcher? That feeling where the baseball feels light and hollow? Did you ever feel like wherever the catcher put the glove, you could hit the target? What about that great feeling of pure silenc...
Importance of Physical Conditioning: By Nakeem Grant

Staff Writer, May 10, 2014

Over the course of a baseball season, bats can feel heavy, pitching arms can get sore, and running down to first base can feel like a mile. Every player goes through a period of exhaustion. Baseball is a sport that is predicated off of physical conditioning. They are many young, prospective players that have the ability to play this game at a high level. Many of them however fall to wayside when t...
Lifelong Passion: Ed Ward’s NJ Falcons

Joe Nardini, April 24, 2014

When you think of New Jersey youth baseball, the New Jersey Falcons organization is fast becoming a recognized name. The brainchild of Ed Ward, the NJ Falcons, in only 4 short years, has grown into a developmental and competitive organization rivaling the best in the country. Through his own advancement as a coach, Ed Ward has seen first-hand the need for young players to have quality train...
The Game Within the Game

Nakeem Grant, April 16, 2014

One pitch, one error, one run, one play. These aspects can be difference between winning and losing. For this reason, it is important as a ballplayer to analyze any element that can potentially change the outcome of a ballgame. The players with the most “savviness” are commonly the ones that are the most successful. I’m sure that at some point in your baseball careers, you have heard the phr...


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Derek Jeter begins his Historic Run: April 2nd 1996

Matthew Orso, April 2, 2014

Derek Jeter is the greatest shortstop in modern baseball history. In this, his final season, New Jersey Baseball Magazine takes a look back at one of the top moments in the career of Derek Jeter. Today we look back at April 2, 1996, when Jeter makes his first big impression in Major League Ba...
Top Five Predictions for the 2020 Baseball Season

Matt Nadel, March 27, 2014

Given the announcement of Derek Jeter’s retirement after this season, one can conclude that he will be enshrined in the Baseball Hall of Fame in 2020. Along with that, I believe there could be some other major MLB events in 2020. Here are my top five: #5: Mike Trout Wins his first MVP Award...
Final Year for the Captain, Derek Jeter

Nakeem Grant, March 22, 2014

New Yorkers and baseball fans alike were stunned last month when Derek Jeter announced that this year will be his last season in the majors. With this, it’s only right to reminisce about all of the great moments that he has given us, where he ranks among the all-time greats, and what he will leave...
The Best Single Person Baseball Drills: By Matthew T. Barrett

Staff Writer, March 19, 2014

Welcome to Mid-March in the amateur baseball season. The days are longer, and the Sun is shining brighter. For many middle-school and high-school athletes across New Jersey, tryout season is over and it’s time to prepare for the regular season. The next few weeks until opening day can be the most ...
Tommy John speaks on Godfather of Tommy John surgery: Dr. Frank Jobe dies at 88 (EXCLUSIVE)

Matthew Orso, March 7, 2014

Dr. Frank Jobe, the man who performed the first “Tommy John” surgery, passed away on Thursday morning at the age of 88. “He was operated on in January for ruptured diverticulitis,” said Tommy John, who did a phone interview with Sports World News on Thursday evening. “I went to see him ...
Video Game Umpire Review #3: Virtual League Baseball-By Sean Orso

Staff Writer, February 17, 2014

NJBM's resident Video Game Umpire, Sean Orso, takes a look at Virtual League Baseball on the Virtual Boy video game system. So far in our baseball video game reviews here on New Jersey Baseball Magazine, we have been focusing on the earlier video games from the 1980s, such as on the Atari 2600...
Perfect Timing

Joe Nardini, February 11, 2014

Roger Mischel, Queensborough Community College (QCC) Head Baseball Coach, could not have timed it any better. Over his 7 years as a Division 3 Junior College coach at QCC, plus 5 years in summer ball, he has wanted to stage his own travel baseball tournament and give kids the opportunity to play at ...
The Industry in 2014

Staff Writer, February 8, 2014

Editor's Note: This article was written by Matthew Barrett, head of PremierSports.  To find out more about PremierSports, please check out the website  www.premiersports.com For decades, the Instructing and Training industry has grown at a conservative rate, at approximately 5-7%. Its label as...

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