A Dream Job for Sports Fans

Hey there, sports fans! If you think you’ve got some golden pipes, here’s a dream job for you: The Chicago Cubs and CareerBuilder are looking for a new public-address announcer for Wrigley Field.

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You don’t have to have prior announcing experience to apply: All you need is strong vocal skills, great delivery and a deep knowledge of baseball. Also, you have to be willing to perform in front of 40,000 live fans.

They’re accepting applications on http://cubs.careerbuilder.com now through March 7.

To apply, all you have to do is submit an audio or video sample. Finalists will get a live audition at Wrigley Field on March 14.

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“This is a dream opportunity for someone to be the voice at Wrigley Field and to leave a lasting impression on more than three million fans each season,” said Wally Hayward, executive vice president and chief sales & marketing officer for the Chicago Cubs.

OK, now let’s get you warmed up. Say it with me:

“Hello again, everybody. It's a bee-yooo-tiful day for baseball!!!!!”

Stay tuned to the Pony blog: More dream jobs coming up this week!

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