Former Softball Player Hired as Highest Female Executive in the Baltimore Orioles Organization

Eve Rosenbaum action photo.

BALTIMORE, Md.- Former softball player and Harvard 2012 graduate, Eve Rosenbaum, was hired as the director of baseball development in the Baltimore Orioles organization. This hire makes her the highest-ranking female executive in the club's organization.

"I am very excited about my new role with the Orioles and getting to apply so much of the knowledge I gained both as a softball player and a student at Harvard," Rosenbaum said. "I am going to be working across our scouting, player development, and analytics departments as we build out the infrastructure of our front office and make decisions that ultimately impact the product on the field in Baltimore."

Rosenbaum, a Bethesda, Md. native, comes to Baltimore after a nearly five-year stint with the Houston Astros club. The Harvard softball alum worked as the director of international scouting in Houston. She worked directly with General Manager Mike Elias who is now with the Orioles.

Prior to working in Major League Baseball, Rosenbaum worked in the NFL for three years. While in college she interned with Major League Baseball and the Boston Red Sox organization.

Under head coach Jenny Allard at Harvard, Rosenbaum was a catcher and often a pinch runner. In her junior and senior seasons she was a part of teams that won back-to-back Ivy League titles in 2011 and 2012.