We are looking for writers to join Red Sox Unfiltered!



Do you want to be a part of the up-and-coming, go-to place for exceptional Red Sox content? Well, we are in search of staff writers to join our rapidly expanding Red Sox website. It’s close to Spring Training time and we are especially interested in writers who want to test their stuff writing game recaps! 

Why join Red Sox Unfiltered?

Joining Red Sox Unfiltered offers numerous, unique opportunities. 

Our site’s mission is to deliver objective and creative content to the Red Sox community. Quality is our policy.

It is unique to join a team, like ours, which is completely dedicated to this standard. We will never diminish the quality of our work for quantity purposes. Readers will come to us based on are high-caliber work; not because of rushed, forced pieces for the sake of content. This does not just ensure our site has a distinct reputation but challenges our team to become better writers as well.

We also have multiple dimensions to Red Sox Unfiltered. Outside of the blog, we host the Red Sox Unfiltered Podcast. This podcast is featured on multiple mediums including Spotify, iTunes, Stitcher and SoundCloud. Moreover, the Grueling Truth, which is our affiliate site, helps broadcast the podcast and choice articles on their site. We have eclipsed close to 4,000 listens on certain episodes. If you are a writer, you will have the opportunity to come on the show and have your voice heard. 

Our site drives in over 100 views a day, so your work will be read by a diverse audience. 

There is also some compensation involved.

What are we looking for?

We are looking for writers who can bring original, objective content to the site. Further, we are looking for people to write game recaps and news articles. These two may or may not be mutually exclusive, meaning if you are interested in just writing recaps and news articles, you can strictly write about that but you do not have to.

We ask for a commitment of, at least, one piece of content (opinion, news, recaps, podcast, etc.) a week. 

Here are basic tenets to follow for being a writer at Red Sox Unfiltered:

    • Quality over quantity. It is a common expression, yet it is infrequently followed. At Red Sox Unfiltered, producing quality content is absolutely the site’s main mission. Through our objective and creative articles, readers should be able to walk away with a new perspective.
    • Objectivity. We ask that all our writers try to remain as objective as possible in their work. This does not, however, preclude you from writing opinion articles. In fact, we love the opinion piece. We just encourage, if you are to do one, to use as much hard evidence as possible.
    • Passion. Writing can be difficult, redundant and stressful. Every writer knows that. They also know that writing about something you are passionate about makes the whole process a lot easier and more meaningful. Love the Boston Red Sox and your craft. It helps.
    • Communication. We want all of our writers to feel comfortable sharing their ideas, thoughts, feelings, etc. to every member of the staff. It is why our team will be comprised of open-minded and affable individuals.

If any of this sounds remotely interesting to you, I highly encourage you to apply through the contact form below. If you have any questions, you can reach me through redsoxunfiltered@gmail.com. Thanks!

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Patrick Green

Founder and owner of Red Sox Unfiltered. Communications major at UNCC.

1 Response

  1. March 16, 2018

    […] Kimbrel and discussion of Roenis Elias, the reliever. Lastly, we announce that we are now taking writer applications for Red Sox Unfiltered! […]

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