|Chuck Domino||Chief Executive Manager|
2010: Eastern League Executive of the Year with the Richmond Flying Squirrels. 2008: Was inducted into the Berks County Business Hall of Fame by Junior Achievement in March ... R-Phils led the Eastern League in overall and average attendance (436,789/6,423). Oversaw the inaugural season for the IronPigs ...Lehigh Valley finished 5th in the International League in overall and average attendance (602,033/8,479). 2007: R-Phils led the Eastern League in overall and average attendance (466,385/6,663) ... FirstEnergy Stadium became the first ballpark that has never been home to a Triple-A franchise to welcome it's 10 millionth fan all-time ...The R-Phils became the first E.L. team to draw better than 450,000 fans in eight consecutive seasons ... Presented "Champion of Youth Award" by the Olivet Boys and Girls Club ... R-Phils were nominated for the Larry MacPhail Award given to the top promoter in the Minors. 2006: Named Eastern League Executive of the Year for the 4th time ... Led E.L. in overall and average attendance (460,216/6,669) ... The R-Phils became the first E.L. team to draw better than 450,000 fans in seven consecutive seasons ... Honored with the Extra Innings Award, presented at the Minor League Baseball Promotional Seminar to the team that demonstrates excellence in community service, for the opening of Gordon Hoodak Stadium at Lauer's Park... Franchise nominated for the Larry MacPhail Award given to the top promoter in the Minors ... Named President of both the Reading Phillies (AA) and the Lehigh Valley IronPigs (AAA). 2005: Led the Eastern League in attendance at 468,105 fans ... The city of Reading became the first E.L. city to surpass the 9-million mark in total attendance (5.9 million fans have come under Domino's watch) ... Broke ground on Gordon Hoodak Stadium at Lauer's Park. An $850,000 downtown youth stadium built by Baseballtown Charities on the grounds of Lauer's Park Elementary School. The school is named for the former stadium which housed several professional teams from 1907-1941. The likes of Babe Ruth, "Shoeless" Joe Jackson and others have played on site. 2004: Led the R-Phils to an Eastern League best and franchise record 7,138 fans per game ... Inducted into the Berks County Chapter of the Pennsylvania Sports Hall of Fame ... Recipient of Boy Scouts "Spirit of Scouting" Award. 2003: Named Minor League Baseball Executive of the Year by Baseball America ... Guided the Reading Phillies franchise to the John H. Johnson President's Trophy. The President's Trophy is the highest honor presented by Minor League Baseball to one organization each year. The winner of the trophy is selected based on franchise stability, contributions to league stability, contributions to baseball in the community and promotion of the baseball industry ...Named Community Leader of the Year by the Arthritis Foundation. 2002: Guided Reading to a franchise record attendance of 486,570 fans. 2001: Named "Small Business of the Year" by the Berks County Chamber of Commerce. 2000: Led Reading Phillies to their second Bob Freitas Award, presented by Baseball America given annually to the best operation at each of Minor League Baseball's four classifications . . . Made Reading the first two time recipient of the award, having also won in 1991 ... Also named by Baseball America as the Bob Freitas Award recipients for the decade of the '90's ... Named "Executive of the Year" by the Middle Atlantic Major League Baseball Scouts Association. 1999: Earned club's second Larry MacPhail Promotional Trophy presented annually to the top promoter in Minor League Baseball. 1998: Named Minor League Baseball Executive of the Year by The Sporting News. 1997: Eastern League Executive of the Year. 1995: Named the General Manager you would want to run your franchise by Baseball America in an article titled "Building the Perfect Beast" 1994: Recipients of the Larry MacPhail Promotional Trophy. 1991: Recipients of the Bob Freitas Award by Baseball America given annually to the best operation at each of Minor League baseball's four classifications. 1989: Eastern League Executive of the year ... The Sporting News Class-AA Executive of the Year. 1988: Eastern League Executive of the year. 1987: Hired as Reading Phillies General Manager 1986: Pioneer League Executive of the year while serving as General Manager of the Idaho Falls Braves. Personal/Misc.: Born in Pittsburgh, PA October 22, 1959 ... 1978 graduate of Mt. Lebanon High School where he played baseball ... 1982 graduate of St. Thomas University (formerly Biscayne College) with a degree in Sports Administration ... Resides in Breinigsville, PA ... Has been a Berks County Resident since October 1987 ... Also serves as President of Baseballtown Charities, the 501(c)(3) charitable arm of the Reading Phillies.
|Parney||Vice President & COOemail@example.com|
Todd "Parney" Parnell serves as the Vice President and Chief Operating Officer for the Richmond Flying Squirrels, the Double-A affiliate of the San Francisco Giants. In that role, he oversees all aspects of the Flying Squirrels' day-to-day operations in Richmond. He is the 2013 Eastern League Executive of the Year.
With his guidance, the franchise completed a 1.5 million dollar renovation of The Diamond, where they opened Eastern League play in 2010. During their inaugural season, the club quickly established itself as a leader in the community, while smashing corporate and ticket sales expectations. With "Parney" at the helm, the Flying Squirrels led the Eastern League in both overall and average attendance, welcoming 463,842 (6,626) fans to The Diamond. Through innovative marketing and branding initiatives, the club posted record-breaking merchandise sales, and was awarded Logo of the Year for 2010 by Ballpark Digest.
Upon the completion of their inaugural season, the franchise was recognized as the Richmond Business of the Year by the Greater Richmond Chamber of Commerce (GRCC). "Parney" also currently serves the Richmond Chapter of the Cal Ripken Sr. Foundation Board of Trustees, as well as the Richmond Police Athletic League Board of Directors. Due to his flamboyant nature and wealth of experience in professional sports, "Parney" has also become one of the most popular speakers and guest lecturers in the region.
Prior to joining the effort to return baseball to Richmond, "Parney" served as the President of the Greenberg Sports Group (GSG), which provides management, consulting and marketing services to the sports industry across the country. GSG also manages the overall operations of Minor League Baseball's State College (PA) Spikes (Short-A/New York-Penn League) and Myrtle Beach (SC) Pelicans (A/Carolina League). "Parney" held the title of President for both franchises.
2014 will mark Parnell's 25th season in minor league baseball. In addition to his roles with both the State College and Myrtle Beach franchises, he spent seven seasons (2002-08) as the General Manager of the Double-A Eastern League's Altoona Curve, a position he relinquished in December, 2008, after the sale of the franchise from Curve Baseball LP to the family of Robert F. Lozinak.
During his time as the Curve's General Manager, the club set numerous single-game and season attendance records, continually re-invested private money into capital improvement projects at Blair County Ballpark, and helped the franchise gain national stature as one of the most creative and innovative teams in professional sports. The Curve won the prestigious Larry MacPhail Promotional Award in 2004, the 2006 Baseball America Freitas Award as the top Double-A franchise and added the highest honor bestowed annually upon a Minor League Baseball club, the John H. Johnson President's Trophy, in 2006. Altoona became only the 11th franchise to receive all three major awards, and was the first team to accomplish the feat in less than three years.
Prior to joining the Curve, the North Carolina native was the Vice President and GM of the Single-A Kannapolis (NC) Intimidators (formerly the Piedmont Boll Weevils) in the South Atlantic League from 1997 to 2001. During his tenure in Kannapolis, the club set attendance records (either overall or average) in each of his first four seasons and made the playoffs in 1998 and 2000. For his efforts, Parnell was named the 1999 South Atlantic League General Manager of the Year.
In November 2000, owners Larry Hedrick, Bruton Smith and Dale Earnhardt changed the team name from the Piedmont Boll Weevils to the Kannapolis Intimidators and switched their major league affiliation from the Philadelphia Phillies to the Chicago White Sox. In the club's first season with its new image, the Intimidators again set franchise records in both single-season and per-game attendance, while becoming one of minor leagues baseball's top merchandise sellers.
"Parney" began his minor league baseball career during the 1990 season when he joined the Eastern League's Reading Phillies as the club's Director of Sales and Marketing. He was later promoted to Assistant General Manager, a position he held through the 1996 season.
"Parney" graduated from Messiah College in 1988 with a degree in physical education and a minor in business. He has two daughters, Lindsay (19) and Samantha (16).
|Bill Papierniak||General Managerfirstname.lastname@example.org|
In 2006, Bill was tabbed as the "Executive of the Year" for the Florida State League while in Daytona Beach. Under his watchful eye the Daytona Cubs franchise was recognized for its successful 2006 season and continued contribution to Minor League Baseball by being named the winner of Baseball America's Bob Freitas "Organization of the Year" Award for the Single-A level.
Over his six seasons with the Daytona Cubs, Papierniak has helped the Cubs set season attendance marks for five consecutive years at Jackie Robinson Ballpark, shatter sponsorship and corporate sales records and turn the club into an award-winner and one of the most respected in Minor League Baseball. Prior to joining the Cubs, the Northern Virginia native was a member of the Hagerstown Suns in the South Atlantic League for two seasons finishing as the Assistant General Manager. During his tenure, the Suns were tabbed by ESPN in 2002 and 2003 with a "Veeckie" for top promotions in Minor League Baseball. For his efforts, Papierniak was named the 2002 South Atlantic League Sales Executive of the Year.
Bill spent the first four seasons of his minor league baseball career with the Carolina League's Lynchburg Hillcats as the club's Director of Group Sales and Promotions.
Papierniak graduated from James Madison University with a B.B.A in management. He and his wife Michelle live in Midlothian along with their son Trae (10) and two daughters Ainsley (8) and Adalyn (3).
|Jessica Miller||Assistant Controlleremail@example.com|
|Marty Steele||Director of Corporate Salesfirstname.lastname@example.org|
Marty Steele serves as the Director of Corporate Sales of the Richmond Flying Squirrels. He has an extensive minor league baseball background. Marty has been a General Manager with the Greensboro Hornets [now Grasshoppers], Hickory Crawdads, and Charlotte Knights, receiving the South Atlantic League Executive of the Year award twice with the Hickory Crawdads. He also served in different capacities with the Columbus Mudcats, Knoxville Smokies, New Orleans Zephyrs, and Winston-Salem Warthogs.
Marty graduated from the University of Illinois and University of San Diego School of Law. His son Tyler recently graduated from the University of North Carolina - Wilmington, and his daughter Madison is a junior at Appalachian State University in Boone, NC. His dog Kody has not attended school anywhere.
|Mike Murphy||Asst. Dir. of Corporate Salesemail@example.com|
|Will Bell||Asst. Dir. of Corporate Salesfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Jerrine Lee||Dir. of Suite Sales and Client Relationsemail@example.com|
Ticket & Group Sales
|Brendon Porter||Director of Ticketsfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Patrick Flower||Box Office Manageremail@example.com|
|Brandon Greene||Director of Group Salesfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Megan Angstadt||Asst. Dir. of Group Salesemail@example.com|
|Camp Peery||Group Sales Executivefirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Chris Walker||Group Sales Executiveemail@example.com|
|Garrett Erwin||Group Sales Executivefirstname.lastname@example.org|
Community & Media Relations
|Kellye Ruckman||Director of Promotionsemail@example.com|
|Stefanie Sacks||Community Relations Managerfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Jon Laaser||Director of Broadcastingemail@example.com|
|Jason Grohoske||Creative Services Managerfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Jay Burnham||Media Relations Manageremail@example.com|
Merchandise & Food & Beverage
|Ben Rothrock||Executive Dir. of Food & Beverage/Merchandisingfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Michael Caddell||Food & Beverage Manageremail@example.com|
|Tyler Callahan||Food & Beverage Managerfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Gavin Edmunds||Dir. of Catering & Banquet Servicesemail@example.com|
|Steve Pump||Director of Stadium Operationsfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Steve Ruckman||Director of Field Operationsemail@example.com|
|Cody Harvey||Assistant Director of Field Operationsfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Linda Hurst||Corporate Salesemail@example.com|
|Collin Mitchell||Corporate Salesfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Devin Logue||Group Salesemail@example.com|
|Julia Connor||Promotions & Mediafirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Claire Griffith||Community Relationsemail@example.com|
|Joshua Morrow||Stadium Operationsfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Malcolm Mountcastle||Food and Beverageemail@example.com|
|Joshua Barban||Food and Beveragefirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Malik Thomas||Groups and Cateringemail@example.com|
|Ji-Hwan Kim||Stadium Operationsfirstname.lastname@example.org|