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Former Harvard Softball Player Hired By Baltimore Orioles

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Former Harvard softball player Eve Rosenbaum has been named the director of baseball development for the Baltimore Orioles, it was first reported by The Athletic.

Rosenbaum, who previously spent nearly five years working for the Houston Astros, graduated from Harvard in 2012. Her last role with the Astros was as the organization's director of international scouting.

The 29-year-old Rosenbaum is now the highest-ranking woman in Baltimore's baseball operations department. Before beginning her MLB tenure, Rosenbaum worked for the NFL for almost three years.

In her new role with the Orioles, Rosenbaum's work will reportedly focus on analytics, scouting and player development.

During her time as a collegiate student-athlete at Harvard, Rosenbaum was a catcher who was often used as a pinch runner. She also held an internship with MLB as well as one with the Boston Red Sox while she was in college.


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