373 Douglas Avenue
Dunedin, FL 34698
Phone: (727) 733 - 9302
Fax: (727) 734 - 7661
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Shelby enters his 19th year in the Blue Jays organization, and his tenth as Director of Florida Operations. Shelby joined the Toronto Blue Jays in 2001 as an Account Executive. in 2003, he was promoted to Manahger of Product Development, and eventually became the Manager of Group Sales. In 2007, Shelby was named Director of Retail Sales before joining the Dunedin Blue Jays as GM in 2008.
He studied Sports Management in York University in Toronto, Canada, and currently resides in Palm Harbor, Florida with his wife and three children.
Mike is beginning his seventh full season with the Blue Jays and his third as General Manager after joining the staff in 2011 as Manager of Corporate Sales and Service.
He is originally from Rochester, NY prior to his family relocating to Port Charlotte, FL. Mike played collegiate baseball locally at St. Petersburg College and later at Embry-Riddle University, where he graduated in 2003.
In his spare time, Mike enjoys kayaking, fishing, and following the Buffalo Bills and Sabres.
Dea joined the staff in November 2018 as the Administrative Assistant for Florida Operations.
Dea grew up in Staunton, VA but moved to Florida from England where her and her husband, Jay, resided for 3 years. They now live in Port Richey with their black lab Shadow and Siberian Husky Miska. Dea also has 2 sons, Jamie and Tim and 5 grandchildren.
Dea worked for FOX13 in Tampa before finding the dream job with the Blue Jays! She is an avid baseball fan and enjoys UNC men's basketball.
Katie DiGirolamo started in July 2018 as our Project Manager over the Dunedin Stadium and Player Development Complex renovations. Previously, Katie was the Executive Assistant to the Managing Director at IMG Academy. She graduated from Stetson University with a degree in Business Administration and also earned her MBA from the University of Florida. Katie played both indoor and beach volleyball at Stetson, and continues to play today.
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Gayle Gentry joined the staff in March 2011 as the Accounting Manager. She is originally from Danville, Illinois and a graduate of Southern Illinois University. She and her Husband, Harry, have been in Florida for 15 years and enjoy the weather year-round.
When Gayle is not cheering for the Blue Jays, she is trying to keep track of what their 8 grandchildren are up to. Her hobbies are baking for staff (thanks Gayle!), raising orchids and knitting.
Kathi begins her 13th season with the Dunedin Blue Jays. She joined the team in 2006 as an Account Executive and was promoted to Manager of Group and Retail Sales, Community Relations in 2009.
Kathi is originally from Clarkson, Michigan and attended Michigan State University. She resides in Clearwater with her husband Ryan, daughter Reese and lovable yellow lab, Zoe. Pay her a visit at the Jays Shop this season!
Kaylie joined the Blue Jays staff in December of 2018. She grew up in southern Indiana and received her degree in Journalism from Indiana University in 2016. She worked as an intern for the IU baseball team during her last year there. She then received her Master's degree in Marketing from the University of Queensland in Australia. There, she also worked for Squash Australia in Marketing and Administration for almost two years. In her spare time, Kaylie enjoys camping, boating, and karaoke.
Jacqueline joined the Blue Jays staff September 2017 as the Manager of Ticket and Box Office Operations. 2019 will be Jacqueline's 11th year of Spring Training Baseball and 2nd Spring Training with the Toronto Blue Jays.
She is originally from Port Huron, Michigan but moved here from Phoenix, Arizona where she worked for Salt River Fields at Talking Stick and most recently the Arizona Coyotes. Previously her other roles included Mobile Marketing for the Ali Sports Dew Tour and Guest Service Manager for Barrett-Jackson Classic Car Auctions. Jacqueline resides in Dunedin and when she is not out exploring her new area, she can be found running the Pinellas Trail, playing trivia, or watching movies.
Zac joined the Blue Jays in January of 2010. He grew up in Lawrenceville, GA and currently resides in New Port Richey with his wife and two children.
When Zac isn't installing new seats, pressure-washing the concourse, remodeling the bullpen, putting up billboards or raising First Half North Division Championship banners at Dunedin Stadium, you can find him under the hood of a car. Or several. Zac is the proud owner of (at least) two Ford Mustangs, and he enjoys listening to "The Bobby Bones Show" during his morning commute.
For reasons undetermined, Zac simultaneously supports the Boston Bruins and Dallas Cowboys.
Matt began working with the Blue Jays in April of 2017 as a game day employee. He then joined the front office as a Spring Training Coordinator in January of 2018. Matt is originally from Niles, OH before relocating south and he attended Kent State University.
Matt's baseball career started in Mahoning Valley where he served as the Scrappers' In-Game Host and stadium DJ from 2014-2016.
When he is not cheering on the Blue Jays, Matt enjoys golfing, playing music, hitting the beach and watching Cleveland Browns football (Poor Matt!)
Andrew started working with the Blue Jays in December of 2018. He is from Prairieville, LA but spent the past four years in Dade City, Florida attending Saint Leo University.
While at Saint Leo, Andrew obtained a degree in Sport Business. Previously, he worked as an intern for the Greater New Orleans Sports Foundation, and more recently he was the basketball communications intern for the Charlotte Hornets.
Andrew looks forward to spending his days at the ballpark or the beach, and you can also catch him talking obsessively about the New Orleans Saints and Pelicans.
Allasyn began working with the Blue Jays in January of 2017. Her background in baseball includes two summers with the Bourne Braves of the Cape Cod Baseball League and an internship with the Harrisburg Senators. She attended Nichols College (Dudley, MA) and Florida Southern College (Lakeland, FL) where she obtained degrees in Sports Management and Communications all while playing 4 years of softball. Since graduating, Allasyn has had the opportunity to play ball internationally, take numerous cross-country road trips, catch up on playing video games and adopt a Siberian husky named Ezekiel.