Apr 19, 2012 8:18 PM by Jordan Mason
COOPERSTOWN, N.Y. (AP) - Jamie Moyer might have a new gig coming - if he ever stops pitching, that is.
After hearing the 49-year-old Rockies lefty acknowledge he's not up on baseball history, the Hall of Fame offered him an internship to study in Cooperstown.
In making the announcement Thursday, the Hall said there's "an even more hands-on position awaiting the ageless wonder, if he ever chooses to retire."
The soft-tossing Moyer on Tuesday night became the oldest pitcher in major league history to win a game when he led Colorado past San Diego.
The Hall's 2012 class for the 10-week internship program features 15 students from across the country.
The Hall is getting Moyer's cap and glove from the historic win.
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