Harold Craw's bio
Harold joined the River Bandits as the club's general manager in February 2013 after two years as the assistant general manager of the Charleston (S.C.) RiverDogs, the Class-A affiliate of the New York Yankees in the South Atlantic League.
A Chattanooga, Tenn., native, Harold received his bachelor's degree in physical education from Emory and Henry College (Va.) in 1999, and earned his master's degree in sport leisure and management from East Tennessee State University in 2001.
He began his career in Minor League Baseball in 2002, as the Director of Stadium Operations for the Johnson City (Tenn.) Cardinals of the Appalachian League. Following the 2002 season, Harold spent the next 10 seasons with the River Dogs and was named the South Atlantic League's 2008 Sales Executive of the Year and 2009 Community Relations Director of the Year.
Harold was an active volunteer serving youth in Charleston, as he co-founded and co-chaired the Charleston RBI Baseball League. He also served on the Charleston Air Force Base Honorary Commanders' Advisory Board and the Charleston Metro Chamber of Commerce Military Relations Committee.
Harold and his wife, Angie, have two daughters - Cameron and Jasmine - and a dog Titan.