At this time last year baseball fans were worried, whether or not, if there was even  going to be a baseball season.  Fast forward one really long year...now, thankfully, the Northwoods League and Waterloo Bucks are getting ready for the "boys of summer" to start the 2021 season on time in late May and early June. 

The Bucks are hiring for many positions

As the Bucks prepare for the upcoming season, they are holding a Job Fair on Friday, May 14th from 4 to 8pm and on Saturday, May 15th from 9am to noon. The event will held at Cost Cutters Field in Riverfront Stadium, 850 Park Road, Waterloo.

What can you do to be part of the Bucks team?

The Bucks have several game day positions open including:

Camera Operators
Concessions
Be Bucky! - Mascot Performer
On-Field MC/Announcer
Press Box Staff - Music Coordinator or Official Scorer(fill in position)
Stadium Cleaning Crew
Ushers

If you are unable to attend one of the Job Fairs, you can fill out an application in the Bucks’ office during normal business hours, or download an application here. The Waterloo Bucks are a drug-free workplace and an equal opportunity employer, dedicated to diversity. All prospective employees must be at least 16 years of age.

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Looking for something fulfilling? Become a Buck's host family

Also, as the season draws near, host families are also still needed for incoming players and coaches. For more information and to apply to be host family, click here.

When is opening day for the Bucks?

The Bucks start their season on the road May 31st and June 1 at Duluth, then stop by Rochester on the way home for a game vs. the Honkers on June 2nd. Then they start their home schedule at Riverfront Stadium with a five-game homestand starting Thursday, June 3rd.

Keep up-to-date with the Bucks all season long on this website, just click on the "CV Sports" tab for information.

Source: Waterloo Bucks

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