Job Posting: Yankees Web Developer

Web Developer – New York Yankees (Bronx, NY)

The New York Yankees organization is accepting applications for an entry to mid-level web developer in their Baseball Operations department. Candidate should have development experience with the .NET framework, C#, JavaScript, and Microsoft SQL Server.


  • Assist senior developers in the design and implementation of web-based tools and applications for senior baseball operations personnel
  • Update existing components to utilize newer client- and server-side frameworks
  • Test applications for cross-browser and cross-device compatibility
  • Write stored procedures and other database objects for MS SQL Server
  • Additional duties as assigned


  • Experience with database-driven web application development in ASP.NET/C#
  • Experience developing AJAX-based web applications with one or more of the following JavaScript frameworks: Prototype, jQuery, MooTools, ExtJS, YUI
  • Experience with HTML programming, particularly HTML5-based applications
  • An understanding of CSS and cross-browser web development techniques
  • Familiarity with Microsoft Visual Studio and source code management tools (Subversion, Git, TFS/VSS)
  • SQL skills developing complex queries, stored procedures, functions in Microsoft SQL Server or other relational databases


  • Model-View-Controller patterns (ASP.Net MVC, MonoRail, etc.)
  • O/R mapping (NHibernate, Fluent, Entity Framework, etc.)
  • HTML5 video, video codecs, transcoding, and streaming technologies
  • Microsoft SQL Server database administration
  • Configuration and administration of Internet Information Services
  • General IT technical support and troubleshooting
  • Statistical analysis techniques and statistical software
  • Baseball knowledge and knowledge of baseball statistics

Note: When you apply for this job online, you will be required to answer the following questions:

1. 1. Yes/No: Do you have experience writing database-driven web applications, using ASP.Net/C#?

2. 2. Describe one data-driven web application you’ve developed and how you’ve utilized ASP.NET/C# and an RDBMS in its development?

3. 3. Yes/No: Do you have experience with at least one of the following JavaScript frameworks: Prototype, jQuery, MooTools, ExtJS, YUI?

4. 4. Describe your familiarity with the above JavaScript frameworks and how you have used them in your work.

5. 5. List any active websites you have developed or contributed a significant portion of the code to that might showcase your work.

6. 6. Describe your involvement in any public open-source projects.

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10 Responses to “Job Posting: Yankees Web Developer”

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  1. Dan Rozenson says:

    I realize every day that I chose the wrong college major.

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  2. Melky Cabrera says:

    I have significant experience in this field. Please consider me for this position.

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  3. lulz says:

    The Yankees use .Net? I thought they were winners.

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  4. yogi berra says:

    you can find everything on the internet, except for what you cant find.

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  5. Michael Bloch says:

    How much money would it take for you to sell your soul to the devil?

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  6. maqman says:

    How much you got?

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  7. Young Ether says:

    Gets job.

    “So this secret stuff you’ve alluded to, will I be optimizing database query return time for sabermetric player value calculators and projections? I can’t wait to get my hands on FIELDf/x data!”

    “Actually, you’ll be working on an exclusive iPad hot dog ordering app for Legends Suite members.”

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