Nationals looking for bullpen cart driver

Tommy Gilligan-USA TODAY Sports

The perfect job for the Nats fan in your life

February 11, 2019 - 9:17 pm

Picture this: It's the top of the 9th inning and Max Scherzer is pitching a gem with the Nationals clinging to a one-run lead.

Scherzer gives up a double to lead off the inning and Dave Martinez motions with his left hand that it's time for Sean Doolittle. 

What happens next, incredibly, could involve you! 

The hometown Nats are looking for a qualified driver of the Bullpen Cart during all home games. A front row seat (sorta) to all 81 games, while shuttling pitchers to the dugout and mound. 


The ideal candidate will have a stellar driving record and a knowledge of the game of baseball. 


• Must be a licensed driver with at least 10 years of driving experience. 
• Must have a valid driver’s license. 
• Experience working in a sports or major entertainment venue is a plus. 
• Good understanding of baseball and the rules of the game. 


• Ensures the bullpen cart is clean and that the battery is fully charged upon arrival. 
• Stage the bullpen cart in place so that it is ready to be used when a pitching change is made. 
• Pay close attention to the game by watching the live feed to see when a pitching change could potentially be made. 
• Use the team provided radio to communicate with the Production team as to when a pitching change is being made. 
• Cross reference pitcher preference document to understand which players would like to use the bullpen cart to get to the mound. 
• Drive the bullpen cart to the bullpen to pick up the pitcher entering the game. 


Click here to become the next bullpen cart driver for the Nationals. Good luck! 

And remember when Chad Dukes became the first non-player to ride in their bullpen cart during a game? Relive that moment