Charlie, who became CAL president in 2010, spent 32 years as an executive with the Los Angeles Dodgers as Vice President of Player Development, Managing Director of Dodgertown in Vero Beach, Fla., and General Manager of Dodger affiliates at the Class A, Double-A and Triple-A levels. Charlie was twice named Executive of the Year -- by the National Association in 1969 and by the Pacific Coast League in 1974.
He also oversaw development of a record five consecutive National League Rookies of the Year from 1992-96.
In addition to his duties as CAL president, Charlie prepares playing schedules for six Minor Leagues.
Charlie was inducted into the Albuquerque Baseball and Florida State League Halls of Fame in 2010.
He received a B.A in Philosophy from St. John's College in Camarillo, Calif. Charlie and his wife, Dawn, whom he met while visiting Australia, have six children and 16 grandchildren.
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