At Driveline, we are committed to getting our athletes the best results possible. It takes a team of dedicated and open-minded staff to ensure that we do.
What Interns Have Said About Working at Driveline Baseball
“Working at Driveline was an incredible opportunity and period of self development for me. Every day consisted of thought provoking, detailed, and collaborative work with people who had a passion for understanding and innovating. It’s an environment where intelligently applied hard work leads to huge results.”
Jesse ClingmanR&D Intern: Biomechanics
“Being an R&D intern at Driveline was a phenomenal experience. I was able to do projects about the things that most interested me (spin rate) while also working on projects assigned to me (arm stress). It was a lot of fun and I learned so much.”
Erin BristowPitching and R&D Intern
Where Have Our Employees and Interns Gone on to Succeed?
Professional baseball loves our employees and interns. Get your career started at Driveline Baseball and your opportunity inside Major League Baseball will come sooner rather than later. We’re finishing school for the progressive baseball coach, analyst, and trainer. No other baseball training organization can claim this level of success with their internship program. Here’s the list of people who have moved on from Driveline Baseball since 2017.
- James Buffi: Reboot Motion, CEO
- Micah Daley-Harris: Arizona Diamondbacks, Research Analyst
- Matt Daniels: San Francisco Giants, Coordinator of Pitching Sciences
- Ryan Faer: Cleveland Guardians, Strength and Conditioning Coordinator
- Taiki Green: Watch Momentum, Head of Content
- Jack McGeary: San Francisco Giants, Software Engineer
- Cam Castro: Milwaukee Brewers, Director of Pitching Development
- Cory Popham: Toronto Blue Jays, Pitching Development Coordinator
- Demetre Kokoris: Toronto Blue Jays, Rehab Pitching Coach
- Joel McKeithan: Cincinnati Reds, Assistant Hitting Coach/Offensive Coordinator
- Tanner Reklaitis: Tread Athletics, Director of Operations
- Sam Briend: New York Yankees, Director of Pitching
- Connor Нinchliffe: Los Angeles Angels, Pitching Analyst
- Spencer Medick, New York Yankees, Player Development
- Casey Jacobson: Chicago Cubs, Pitching Development Coordinator
- Daniel Moskos: Chicago Cubs, Assistant Pitching Coach
- Michael Schwartze: San Francisco Giants, Manager Baseball Analytics
- Cody Aden: Milwaukee Brewers, MiLB Pitching Advisor
- Rachel Balkovec: New York Yankees, Hitting Coach
- Bryan Leslie: Milwaukee Brewers, Assistant Pitching Coordinator
- Sumair Shah: Minnesota Twins, Player Development Analyst
- James Barber: Minnesota Twins, Motion Data Analyst
- Zack Jones: Philadelphia Phillies, Hitting Coach
- Collin Hetzler, New York Mets, Complex Hitting Coordinator
- Jack Bredeson: New York Mets, Analyst
- Christian Hook: Detroit Tigers
- Sam Bornstein: Philadelphia Phillies, Quant
- Sydney Jenkins: Toronto Blue Jays, Strength Coach
Some employees love it at Driveline Baseball so much that they have no interest in leaving here to go to professional baseball, so we invented the split deal contract in 2019. We take care of our employees and let them explore other options while remaining part of our family. The following Driveline Baseball employees work in professional baseball while staying employed here; the best of both worlds, and the future for MLB organizations trying to employ our people.
- Jason Ochart: Hitting Coordinator, Philadelphia Phillies – Director of Hitting, Driveline Baseball
- Eric Jagers: MLB Assistant Pitching Coach, Cincinnati Reds – Assistant Director of Pitching, Driveline Baseball
- Rob Hill: Pitching Coordinator, Los Angeles Dodgers – Coordinator of In-Gym Development, Driveline Baseball
- Dan Adams: Sport Scientist, Cincinnati Reds – High Performance Manager, Driveline Baseball
Online Trainer – Pitching (Hiring immediately)
The Online Trainer reports directly to the Manager of Online Training and to our Pitching Management to ensure all elements of remote training work in sync with one another. They achieve this by working collaboratively with other trainers and departments in order to foster athlete development and a positive training experience. This is an ‘on site’ role where coaches will receive a comprehensive onboarding course that all Pitching Department new hires receive. This onboarding course extensively covers topics including anatomy & physiology, biomechanics, kinesiology, pitch design, advanced analytics, and High Performance. In addition to working with remote athletes, coaches will spend a small amount of time on the training floor working with high level athletes and expanding their skill set through cross department interactions.
Director of Sales (Hiring immediately)
The Director of Sales will spend the majority of their time building a team committed to selling Driveline’s products and services to current customers and prospecting for new leads, channels, and customers.
Business Associate (Hiring immediately)
An opportunity to contribute to the business-side of Driveline by learning hands-on how we take care of customers. Independent projects are executed once the business building-blocks are handled.
Part-Time / Seasonal Positions
Baseball Operations Intern
This is a hands-on opportunity to interface directly with some of the premier coaches, athletes, and analysts in the world on a daily basis. The vast majority of our former interns in R&D have found success breaking into the industry full-time or staying on with Driveline in some capacity. A baseball operations intern
Driveline R&D – Data Engineering Intern (Hiring immediately)
You will spend your time helping collect, organize, and integrate the various data sources under the hood at Driveline Baseball, working with our various stakeholders (Baseball Operations Analysts, the Data Science Team, our Software Engineers, etc) to provide optimal data solutions for various processes, models, and dashboards.