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Babe Ruth World Series Intern

Posted: 05/07/2019

Babe Ruth League, INC. Summer Internship Program

Babe Ruth League, INC. is proud to offer our summer internship program to a variety of majors and concentrations. This program will give you real-world experience in the sports world. As a youth baseball and softball organization, every year Babe Ruth League holds several annual World Series events across the country. For this year’s program, you will be working with the Task Force and Host Volunteers at the 2019 Babe Ruth Softball World Series, and the 2019 Cal Ripken Baseball World Series (8u, 9u, &11u) both located in the Treasure Coast, FL. This is the 5th consecutive year for the Babe Ruth Softball World Series event held in Jensen Beach, Stuart, and Palm City Florida. This is also the 35th Anniversary for Babe Ruth Softball and the 20th Anniversary for the Babe Ruth Softball World Series. This is also the second consecutive year for the Cal Ripken Baseball 8u, 9u, and 11U Invitational World Series. Brand new for this year, Babe Ruth Softball has partnered with the National Professional Fastpitch to host a 2-game Beach Blast Series at the World Series Event. Every game at the World Series is live-streamed with a 4 camera system on each field. Involvement in this event will give you real-world experience working at a high-profile sports event and prepare you to work in the sports world.

Programs of Study:

Babe Ruth Network Internship- Production:? ( Advanced training required prior to event )

  • Operate Streamstar program to stream live games and operate a switcher during tournament games.
  • Run commercial breaks and display all on screen graphics (scoreboard, logos, ect.) on screen during live streamed games.
  • Control audio input and output during tournament games and monitor the levels of ambient sound and commentators.
  • Create and run instant replays during games.
  • Compile highlights into video reel highlights and daily updates utilizing 805 Stats


  • Recommended majors: communications, sports management, sports broadcasting.
  • Recommended skills: Final Cut Pro, Adobe Premiere Pro, Adobe After-effects, Adobe
  • Photoshop.
  • Babe Ruth Network Internship- Talent:? ( Audition Tape Required prior to event )
  • Work as a sports commentator for live tournament baseball and softball games.
  • Alternate doing play-by-play commentary and color commentary in a team broadcast environment.
  • Work with the production team on creating a start-to-finish live game production for the duration of the tournament.
  • Complete background research on teams before games and follow team and athlete statistics to achieve accurate reporting and interviews.

Field Statistician Internship: ( Advanced Training required prior to event )

  • Electronic/Book scoring of games at the world-series event
  • Compiling individual statistics for each athlete to assign final awards.
  • Utilize 805 Stats to track game statistics and analytics.
  • Track highlights on 805 stats and record highlight plays.

Note: All training will be taught and supervised by Babe Ruth Staff at the World Series Location - Babe Ruth Halpatiokee Office. Advanced Training will run from June 3rd to June 28th , held in one-week sessions.

Event Planner Internship:

  • Work with local volunteers and the Task Force to set up the field complexes along with the Babe Ruth Experience and Opening Ceremonies.
  • Assist in design and coordinate the field decoration for the World Series event.
  • During the duration of the tournament oversee upkeep of all field decorations (banners,
  • flags, ect.)
  • Work with task force to complete tasks at the Babe Ruth Experience and Opening


Sport Turf Management Internship:

  • Work with Parks and Recreation to organize field maintenance.
  • Change pitching mound settings, base lengths, and line fields during the tournament.
  • Maintain fields and facility upkeep during the tournament.

Tournament Dates:
Week 1: July 11th-July 23rd. Week 2: July 25th- August 2nd. Week 3: August 3rd-August 11th.

Contact Information:

Program Dates:

Jess Cusimano
Host President/Babe Ruth League Internship Coordinator (772) 678-8558


Babe Ruth League, Inc., a non-profit, educational organization, named after one of the greatest baseball players of all time – George Herman “Babe” Ruth – has come a long way since its modest start over 60 years ago.
In 1951, ten men, who believed that the future of their community depended upon the proper development of the young people, met at the historic Yardville Hotel in Hamilton Township, New Jersey, for the purpose of developing a baseball program for young men between 13 and 15 years of age. Babe Ruth League, Inc. recognizes Marius D. Bonacci as the Founding Father of the program, along with the contribution of the following nine men, Samuel M. Welch, Ferdinand J. Wagner, Ed Jones, Ted Jasek, Cliff Fovour, Boots Snyder, William Dombrowski, Maskill Paxson and Willard Carson, Jr.
Babe Ruth Baseball has increased steadily from its first 10-team league in Hamilton Township, New Jersey, to its present combined size of well over one million players on some 60,000+ teams in more than 11,000 leagues and over 1.9 million volunteers. The divisions: Cal Ripken Baseball (for ages 4-12), Babe Ruth Baseball 13-18, Babe Ruth Softball, Bambino Buddy Ball and Xtreme Fastpitch are successful due to the millions of volunteer hours spent every year. Every volunteer from the local league manager to the chairman of the 17-member International Board is dedicated to the betterment of youth, while at the same time, producing better baseball and softball players.
A 16-member full-time staff, assisted by seasonal employees, maintains Babe Ruth’s International Headquarters at 1670 Whitehorse-Mercerville Road in the suburban

prolific legends and heroes in baseball, inspire in our youth participants their knowledge, spirit and pure passion for the game.

In 1984, Babe Ruth League, Inc. added another dimension to its program — Babe Ruth Softball. The Softball Division encompasses players 4 to 18 years of age. The program was organized because Babe Ruth League, Inc. saw a need for a quality national softball program. The softball program was designed to focus on all ability levels of young female athletes, providing them with the same enriching athletic experience as the baseball divisions.

In 2000 the Buddy-Ball Division for players ages 5-20 who are physically and/or mentally challenged was renamed the Bambino BuddyBall Division. A “buddy” helps the player swing a bat, round the bases, catch a ball.

2013 saw the addition of Xtreme Fastpitch to accommodate all softball participants—those who wish to play on a recreational level to those who seek a higher degree of competition to hone their skills with the goal of continuing play into high school and beyond.

Babe Ruth League, Inc. offers an unparalleled, prestigious tournament trail for its participants. A tournament team from each chartered local league enters its district tournament. District winners advance to statewide competition, with the successful team qualifying for one of eight regional tournaments. The eight regional champions from across the United States and Canada compete in each World Series. Babe Ruth League, Inc. has grown from its inaugural 13-15 World Series in 1952, to seven baseball and five softball World Series - the Cal Ripken 10-Year-Old, Cal Ripken

community of Hamilton Township, New Jersey.
Local leagues are independent within the guidelines provided by Babe Ruth League, Inc. and operate with simplicity and autonomy. The Babe Ruth International Board is the governing body while Babe Ruth League International Headquarters is the administrative and promotional center.

It is the 13-15 division, started in 1951, where the boys first got their feet wet for the first time on a regulation size baseball diamond. The next stop up the baseball ladder for young athletes was the Babe Ruth 16-18 division, born in 1966 with continued remarkable success.

In 1974, the 13-Year-Old Prep League was added. The Prep League allows 13-year-old players to make the transition to the regulation size diamond, while competing with peers their own age.

In 1982, Babe Ruth Baseball added yet another division to its program, the Bambino division for players ages 4-12. July 6, 1999 was the beginning of a new era for Babe Ruth League, Inc. The Bambino Division was renamed “Cal Ripken Baseball, a Division of Babe Ruth League, Inc.” Cal Ripken, Jr.’s visions and philosophies, molded by his father, Cal Ripken, Sr., directly parallel those of Babe Ruth League, Inc. Now, two of the most

Major/60, Cal Ripken Major/70, 13-Year-Old, 14-Year-Old, 13-15, 16-18, Softball 8U, Softball 10U, Softball 12U, Softball 14U and Softball 16U World Series.

Xtreme Fastpitch teams have the opportunity to participate in tournaments from September 1st through the National Championships, held at the end of the season.

The Cal Ripken Major/70 World Series features 10 participating World Series teams from the United States and eight international teams to determine a true “World Champion. This World Series is played at the Ripken Complex/Youth Academy in Aberdeen, Maryland.
The Babe Ruth League, Inc. programs above all, are of, by and for youth. Its mission is to make better citizens through proper supervision of regulation competitive baseball and softball in addition to promoting mental and physical development. In adopting rules, in establishing standards and in all planning, the primary consideration is what is best for the participants.
Babe Ruth League, Inc. would make the baseball immortal for whom the program is named very proud. Youth always had a special place reserved in “The Babe’s” heart.

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