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  • RSports Baseball Outstanding Opportunities

    The rBlue Jays of RSports Baseball Virtual Baseball League are looking to conduct interviews for their front office, with the position beginning immediately after the conclusion of the inaugural VBL season in 2018. Below is background on what exactly RSports is, as well as a link to the website. Beneath the RSports description, are documents containing information on the available positions for the rBlue Jays front office. Please reach out directly to vblbluejays@gmail.com with any inquiries.



    ABOUT RSPORTS

    RSports is the first to franchise fantasy sports.

    Launched in the fall of 2017, RSports is the first company to franchise the fantasy sports market — starting with Reality Fantasy Baseball. RSports blends the best features of eSports, fantasy sports, and other console and video games to deliver a skill-based franchise ownership experience with real earning potential.

    Our founders come from the big leagues.
    RSports was founded by Tory Hernandez and his father, Tony Hernandez — a team with a long history of hands-on experience on the field, in the front office, and in the broadcasting booth for Major League Baseball.

    Meet our CEO, Tory Hernandez.
    Tory, the CEO and commissioner of the first RSports baseball league, worked as a front office executive and sports agent for more than 15 years before cofounding RSports. In the prime of his MLB career, he worked in the Baseball Operations Department for the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim. His responsibilities included scouting, player development, contract negotiations, and statistical analysis, among other key functions.

    Meet our chairman, Tony Hernandez.
    Tony, the chairman of RSports, began his career as a professional baseball player with the Chicago Cubs. He soon transitioned to a series of positions as a sports broadcaster and spent more than 30 years in major media markets like New York, Philadelphia, and Los Angeles. One of his most memorable MLB moments was serving as a play-by-play announcer for the Los Angeles Dodgers during the team’s 1988 World Series run.

    http://rsportsbaseball.com/#!/


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