Brittany Haby

Brittany Haby

Manager of Baseball Research

Colorado Rockies

Denver, CO USA

Be okay with knowing, ‘If I make this decision right now, maybe it’s going to go really poorly or maybe it’s going to go really well, but let’s find out.'


By Roadtrip Nation

Brittany Haby


My road in life has been direct.
I grew up playing softball.
During my junior year of college, I realized that I probably wouldn’t keep playing softball at a professional capacity but I still wanted to find a way to incorporate sports into my career.
I also really liked math, so sports analytics seemed like it could be a good fit for me.
After graduating, I started applying for any sports analytics roles I could find in a variety of sports.
I started my career in football analytics through the Denise DeBartolo York Fellowship—a fellowship specifically for women in sports—with the San Francisco 49ers.
After that year-long fellowship, I got a job working for the NFL Network as a next gen stats researcher.
I got the opportunity to be a part of the MLB diversity fellowship and worked as a baseball operations fellow for the Colorado Rockies.
After a few years, I moved up to my current position as manager of baseball research, where I collect baseball data to use to our team’s advantage to win games.
Keep following my journey


High School
Economics and Business Administration
Trinity University
EDGE Certificate of Business Management
UCLA Anderson School of Management


Manager of Baseball Research

I work with our players, coaches, scouts, and other staff to collect and analyze baseball data.

Career Roadmap

My work combines:
My work combines:
Problem Solving

Advice for Getting Started

Here's the first step for everyone

You need to be able to prove to the teams you want to work for that you're very interested and qualified to work in sports. I recommend finding any experiences you can to build your resume. I've moved to other states just for a three-month internship to add to my resume. Experiences like that not only help you figure out what area you want to work in, but they also help prove to teams that you're passionate about working in the field.


The Noise I Shed

From Peers:

"You didn't play this sport, so what do you know about it?"

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