Play ball! (with your help) — Gwinnett Braves hiring for seasonal jobs


The Gwinnett Braves are hiring workers for its upcoming season.

The Atlanta Braves’ AAA affiliate is looking for everything from parking attendants to bat boys to keep things running smoothly at Coolray Field this spring and summer.

The team is also adding amusement attendants, ushers, security staff, ticket sellers, guest relations workers, cleaning staff, scoreboard and production workers, grounds crew members and retail workers.

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Interested workers can fill out an application on the Gwinnett Braves’ website and either email it to gwinnettinfo@braves.com or mail it to the Gwinnett Braves, P.O. Box 490310, Lawrenceville, Ga., 30049.

Applications can also be returned to the offices at Coolray Field, 2500 Buford Drive NE in Lawrenceville, Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

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