The Lancaster JetHawks
45116 Valley Central Way | Lancaster, CA 93536 | Phone: (661) 726-5400 | Fax: (661)-726-5406
Mike is beginning his 5th full season with the Blue Jays and his first 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.
||Executive Vice President
Kathi begins her 10th 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!
||Assistant General Manager
||Assistant General Manager
Jackie joined the Blue Jays staff in the fall of 2017 as the Manager of Ticket and Box Office Promotions. 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.
Jackie resides in Palm Harbor and when she is not out exploring her new area, she can be found running (January will be her 30th Half Marathon and 8th Full), playing trivia or watching movies.
||Manager, Box Office & Team Store
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 Florida Auto Exchange 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.
||Director, Baseball and Stadium Operations
Michelle is in her sixth full season with the Blue Jays, joining the organization in October 2010 as an Administrative Assistant.
She is from the Midwest, born and raised in Waterloo, Iowa and moved to Rice Lake, WI as a teen. She currently lives in Clearwater, Florida and has one daughter.
In her spare time, Michelle enjoys traveling, deep sea fishing, boating and anything that has to do with the water! When Florida's occasionally rainy climate forces her to stay inside, Michelle can't resist a few episodes her favorite shows: TMZ, Impractical Jokers, and Cheaters, which apparently all exist. If the Blue Jays offered an award for "Diligence in Front Office Recycling," Michelle would be a five-time reigning champion.
||Director, Broadcast and Media Relations
Allasyn began working with the Blue Jays in January of this year. Her background in baseball includes two summers with the Bourne Braves of the Cape Cod Baseball League and an internship with the Harrisburg Senators. Allasyn is one of few Florida natives that grew up here in Pinellas County. 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.
| Jules Clyne
||Manager, Community Relations and Marketing
Daniel joined the Blue Jays in January 2017 from Nicaragua where he had been serving as an English teacher and coach for baseball and softball players through the non-profit Helping Kids Round First.
An avid writer, Daniel has written two books about his travels in baseball, both playing and coaching internationally. Before pursuing a career in professional baseball, he taught internationally in Ecuador, the Galapagos Islands, Costa Rica, Nicaragua, Peru, and Samoa.
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