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Sure, you can email my editor at email@example.com and ask her how to get involved with the scout.com stuff. She would certainly either know how or refer you to someone who does.
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I'm from Lewistown. Just outside of State College.
They currently don't have any Marlins writers.
I'm not sure who you'd contact to get in, but I'd try this first: https://secure.scout.com/a.z?s=275&p=5&c=18.
If you don't get a reply from that in a week or so, let me know and I'll give you my editor's email. She would know how to go about doing these things.
They do some recruiting stuff, but the baseball side of it is mainly just minor league stuff.
I saw they wanted a statistical analyst for the A's site on there, sent the editor links to some of my better stuff, and got taken on as an unpaid columnist.
They're pretty understaffed, with a lot of teams not even getting covered--I'm sure if you contacted them, they'd be happy to have you.
Good question...when I joined B/R a year and a half ago, I wrote 18 articles and shot up to Columnist and #5 MLB writer. Then I took a year off because I was more focused on my Scout.com writing, which I still do. During that year, I was bumped to Analyst. Even though I've written 82 articles since, I haven't moved back up.
Try editing some articles: I think that might carry some weight. Or just ask one of the head B/R guys like Zander I guess.