Despite MLB Lockout, West Michigan Whitecaps set for Opening Day
Although the baseball hold out has been delaying the play of Major League Baseball, Minor league play is still set to begin on time.
The Major League Baseball lockout is the first work strike to hit MLB's regular season since the 1994-95 strike. And with the MLB on lockout, there might a chance that we might see a few Tigers come down and play this season.
Get Your Pencils and Your Scorecards Ready
The West Michigan Whitecaps, the High-A league Detroit Tigers Affiliate are set to play ball in 2022!
While speculation about when Major league play will start this year, the Whitecaps have taken this opportunity to confirm that they will start on time this year. Opening day for the West Michigan Whitecaps is April 12th, just over a month away.
Work for the Whitecaps
Have you ever thought to yourself, boy do I love the smell of fresh-cut grass in the morning? You could be the perfect groundskeeper! Or maybe take a swing at being a mascot!
The West Michigan Whitecaps are hiring for this season's action. They have various positions open from cook to the ticket taker, security to bat boy and more.
The positions are for more than just the Comstock Park, Lake Michigan Credit Union Ballpark location. The Whitecaps are also hiring staff for the Traverse City Pit Spitters, the Northwoods League collegiate summer baseball team located in Northern Michigan. Check out all their jobs here.