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AutoZone Park
198 Union Avenue
Memphis, Tennessee 38103
Business Hours: 8:30 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.
Phone: (901) 721-6000
Office Fax: (901) 328-1102

AutoZone Park (deliveries)
200 Union Avenue
Memphis, Tennessee 38103

Box Office:
Phone: (901) 721-6000
Non-Gamedays M-F: 10:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.
Non-Gameday Weekends: CLOSED
Gamedays: Opens at 10:00 a.m.
Fireworks Gamedays: 10:00 a.m. - end of fireworks show

Administration

Andy joined the Redbirds in Aug. 2018 as Vice President of Marketing and Sales. He oversees all aspects of the sales and revenue-generation process of the Redbirds and will be driving the coordinated effort to grow and acquire new corporate sponsorships.

Andy came to the Redbirds from the Corpus Christi Hooks (Double-A Houston), where he oversaw all ticket sales and fulfillment, retail operations, business development, creative services, and community relations. His previous posts with the club included account executive, director of group sales, and director of sales & marketing. Andy also ran the 2015 Texas League All-Star Game project.

The Salem, Ill., native spent 2006 and 2007 as an account executive for the Albuquerque Isotopes, Triple-A affiliate of the Florida Marlins. A graduate of Southern Illinois University - Carbondale, Andy's tenure in professional baseball included a 2005 internship with the Burlington Bees, Single-A affiliate of the Kansas City Royals.

Andy and his wife, Amy, have two children.

Mike Voutsinas, an 18-year veteran of professional baseball and the New York-Penn League Executive of the Year in 2016, joined the Redbirds as Senior Director, Corporate Sales and Marketing in February 2017. He was promoted to his current role of Vice President, Stadium and Baseball Operations in Sept. 2018.

Voutsinas spent three seasons as the General Manager for the Single-A Auburn Doubledays, where he helped the Doubledays receive the Community and Baseball Service Award. Through his leadership, the Doubledays increased attendance by 23 percent and tripled advertising revenue.

Prior to Auburn, Voutsinas spent nearly 13 years with the Triple-A Syracuse Chiefs, serving in roles as Director of Ticket Sales, Director of Marketing and Promotions, and Assistant General Manager.

Voutsinas and his wife, Kimberly, have two young children.

Gian oversees all ticket operations of the organization and AutoZone Park Box Office. Additional responsibilities include managing ticket sales revenue and ticket inventory on a daily basis, overseeing the part time Box Office staff, and maintaining customer service protocols.

Prior to joining the Redbirds in January 2016, he served as Director of Ticket Operations for the Single-A Hickory Crawdads.

Gian graduated in December 2013 from Kennesaw State University in Georgia with a Bachelors Degree in Sport Management. Prior to attending Kennesaw State, he attained an Associate's Degree in History from Gainesville State College. In his free time, he enjoys camping, traveling, and attending sporting events.

Nate joined the Redbirds in March 2018 and was promoted to his current role in Oct. 2018. He is responsible for running the box office during both game and non-game days and assists with generating reports, building the ticket system, and other ticket-relating functions. Prior to joining the Redbirds, Nate spent two summers working as the box office manager for the Class A Short-Season Auburn Doubledays. He also split time as an intern between the Doubledays and the Triple-A Syracuse Chiefs for two years. In 2015, Nate spent his spring semester away from school to intern full time in the American University Athletic Department, where he helped with writing PA scripts, radio logs, and putting together marketing binders for all clients.

Nate graduated from the College at Brockport, SUNY in May 2016 with a degree in Business Administration and received his Masters in Business Administration a year later from the Rochester Institute of Technology. In his free time, Nate enjoys watching and playing sports, playing video games, singing, and theater.

Cindy began her career with the Redbirds in 2009. As the Accounting Manager, she and her staff handle all aspects of Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable, and the General Ledger. Human Resources and Payroll are also under the umbrella of her department.  

After graduation from the University of Mississippi, Cindy began her career at a local CPA firm before moving into the Sports and Entertainment industry as Staff Accountant for The Pyramid and Mid-South Coliseum. Upon the closing of those facilities, she worked briefly in the Steel Industry before settling back into sports with the Redbirds. 

When not at work, she and her husband Jimmie can be found traveling for music or working with their favorite non-profit organization Retrieving Freedom (a service dog organization that supports our Veterans and children with Autism).

Ticket Sales

Ian joined the Redbirds in December 2018 and is responsible for helping service and grow the season membership department.

Ian was previously an Account Executive at Texas Motor Speedway, and graduated from Arkansas State University with a degree in Sport Management.

Joe joined the Redbirds in October 2018. He is responsible for maximizing revenue by selling and planning group outings throughout AutoZone Park.

Prior to moving to Memphis, Joe attended Truman State University in Northeast Missouri, where he played club baseball. He graduated with a degree in Sport Management in the Summer of 2018 after completing an internship with the River City Rascals.

Joe grew up in St. Louis, where he became a diehard Cardinals fan. Go Birds!

Tara joined the Redbirds team in January 2019. She is responsible for maximizing revenue for group outings, especially with youth baseball and softball outreach at AutoZone Park.

Prior to joining the Redbirds, Tara attended Shepherd University where she played four years of softball as a starting pitcher and earned a bachelor's degree in business administration and marketing. She continued her education at Niagara University where she earned a master of science in sport management. While at Niagara, she spent a summer interning for the Iowa Cubs' operations department, then spent time working for the Buffalo Bills in the Box Office.

Tara supports the fact that Parks and Recreation is better than The Office.

Eric joined the Redbirds in October 2017 and was promoted to his current role in the summer of 2018. He is responsible for maximizing revenue by selling and planning group outings throughout AutoZone Park.

Prior to joining Memphis Eric attended Shenandoah University, where he played baseball for four years and worked for the athletic department, assisting with gameday operations for football, basketball, and volleyball. He graduated with a degree in Sport Management in the Spring of 2016.

He is forever on the search for the perfect skillet cookie.

Sam joined the Redbirds in February 2018 and is responsible for helping service and grow the season membership department.

Sam previously was an inside sales representative for the NFL's Cleveland Browns, and he graduated from West Virginia University in May 2017 with a degree in sport management. While at WVU, he interned with the athletic marketing department.

Corporate Partnerships

Tyler joined the Redbirds in March of 2018. He is responsible for helping grow the organization through corporate sales, sponsorships, and premium business development.

Starting as an intern and working his way up to Vice President of Sales, Tyler spent the last six years working for the Quad City Mallards, the ECHL affiliate of the Las Vegas Golden Knights. With his primary focus being Corporate Sales, Tyler also oversaw the Group and Season ticket efforts while with the Mallards.

Tyler majored in Physical Education while attending St. Ambrose University. He was a two-year starter on the baseball team and in his spare time likes to root for the Green Bay Packers, Milwaukee Brewers, and Wisconsin Badgers.

Patricia joined the Redbirds in March of 2015 and was promoted to her current post that August. She is responsible for helping grow the organization through corporate sales, sponsorships, and premium business development.

Prior to joining Memphis, she was with the Mississippi RiverKings during their 2014-2015 season, a professional minor league ice hockey team located in Southaven, Miss. Patricia also spent a year as a Sports Marketing Intern at Otey White & Associates Advertising & Public Relations Inc., in Baton Rouge, La.

Pirozzi graduated from Louisiana State University where she studied Sports PR and was a member of Kappa Kappa Gamma. Geaux Redbirds!

Madison joined the Redbirds in May 2019. As Partnership Activation Coordinator, she is responsible for helping grow the organization through corporate sales, sponsorships, and premium business development.

She graduated from the University of Memphis in May 2019 with a Bachelor of Science in Sport and Leisure Management. In the summer of 2018 Madison studied Sport Commerce at Coventry University in Coventry, United Kingdom. Before transferring to the University of Memphis, Phillips attended Northeast Mississippi Community College where she attained an Associates Degree in Business Administration. During her senior year at the University of Memphis Madison interned with the Alliance of American Football's Memphis Express as a Community Outreach and Marketing Assistant. 

As a Memphis native, she enjoys supporting her hometown teams. Outside of work, she enjoys attending sporting events, hanging out with friends, reading, and traveling. Go Tigers Go!

Special Events

Marketing & Production

Paul Mullin enters his seventh season in Minor League Baseball, moving to the role of Stadium Entertainment Manager prior to the 2019 season. Prior to joining the Redbirds, Paul spent a year working in Corporate Sales and Groups with the Quad Cities River Bandits of the Midwest League and three years working as the Sponsorship Services Manager with the Auburn Doubledays of the New York-Penn League. Prior to working with the Doubledays, Paul worked a season as a Promotions and Marketing Intern with the Syracuse Chiefs.

Paul prides himself on his experiences outside of baseball. During his undergraduate years at John Carroll University in Cleveland, Ohio, Paul worked within the Sports Information Department, broadcasting sporting events, writing game stories, and working in video broadcast production. Outside of sports, Paul worked with the Owens' Group, a PR agency that handles marketing campaigns for major motion picture studios including Warner Bros., Lionsgate, Sony, and CBS Films.

A Syracuse, New York native, Paul graduated from the John Carroll University in 2015 with a degree in Communications with Integrated Marketing and Public Relations.

Kayla joined the Redbirds in January 2019. As Digital Marketing Coordinator, she is responsible for assisting with social media, digital advertising, email campaigns, and more.

She graduated from the University of Missouri in December 2017 with a Bachelor of Journalism degree. The summer before her senior semester, she interned for Saint Louis FC, a team in the United Soccer League. Following graduation, she spent a season working for the Oklahoma City Dodgers as social media coordinator. 

As a St. Louis native, she enjoys supporting her hometown teams. Outside of work, she enjoys binge-watching The Office, reading, and exploring Memphis.

Courtney joined the Redbirds in January 2019. She is responsible for community outreach initiatives, the marketing promotional team, and enhancing the fan experience. 

Prior to joining Memphis, she spent the 2018 season working for the Miami Marlins in Ballpark Operations. 

Courtney graduated from the University of Florida where she studied Sport Management. She was raised in Memphis and is glad to be back in the 901!

Max joined the Redbirds in January 2019. As Ballpark Entertainment Coordinator, he is responsible for creating a fun and exciting environment for all fans who enter AutoZone Park.

Max graduated from the University of Mississippi in December 2017 with a bachelor's degree in Broadcast Journalism. Prior to joining the Redbirds, he previously worked as the Ballpark Entertainment Assistant for the Round Rock Express in 2018, as well as the Video Production intern for the Frisco RoughRiders in 2017. 

A native of Austin, Texas, Max enjoys spending time at the lake, as well as rooting on his favorite teams, the Ole Miss Rebels and Dallas Cowboys.

Martheus joined the Redbirds Front Office in March of 2015. He is responsible for facilitating all digital graphic needs of the ballclub, primarily servicing advertising, scoreboard, and marketing needs as well as ancillary graphic needs in all other departments.

A graduate of the University of Memphis, Martheus' love for the arts, along with his talent as a graphic artist, helped begin his career as an intern at Signature Advertising. After completing his internship, he worked as graphic designer for Dateline Memphis Magazine. He quickly landed a job as art director at Redmond Design. After five years at the ad agency level, Martheus stepped out on his own as a freelance graphic designer and illustrator working with companies such as the Radisson Hotel, Trust Marketing, Senior Services, Hasbro Toys, IDW Comics, Universal Pictures, and the Oxygen Channel.

Media & Public Relations

Michael joined the Memphis Redbirds in March 2016 after spending seven years in the athletic department at Western Kentucky University.

With the Redbirds, Michael oversees all media operations and publicity for the organization, manages social and digital media, and works with the general manager and the marketing, ticketing, and community relations departments on all organizational initiatives. He is the primary liaison between Redbirds players, coaches and front office members and the media.

Michael most recently served as Associate Athletic Director for Communications at WKU, where he was in charge of the athletic media relations department, was a member of the Athletic Director's senior staff, orchestrated announcements for the athletic department's move to Conference USA and hirings of multiple head coaches and athletic directors, and worked as the primary men's basketball media relations contact.

He facilitated the basketball program through the 2012 and 2013 NCAA Tournaments from a media relations standpoint, working with announcers Jim Nantz, Clark Kellogg, Verne Lundquist, Bill Raftery, Marv Albert, Craig Sager, and Steve Kerr, among others, and he previously worked as baseball media relations contact for the nationally-ranked Hilltoppers.

Prior to that, he was a four-year baseball team manager at the University of Illinois, where he earned his bachelor's degree in broadcast journalism in 2009. He spent time with the Madison Mallards of the collegiate summer Northwoods League in 2008.

Selby has been a part of the Redbirds broadcast team since 2000, broadcasting the inaugural game at AutoZone Park. His arrival in Memphis followed stints with the Kinston Eagles (1986), Durham Bulls (1987-90), Sumter Flyers (1991), Huntsville Stars (2002-05), and Nashville Sounds (1996-99). The Virginia native enters his 33rd season in the booth and has been at the microphone for more than 2,000 games as a member of the Redbirds. In 2017, Selby broadcast the 4,000th minor league game of his career.

In addition to his baseball work, Steve has also served as the play-by-play voice of Belmont University's men's basketball team, television voice of the Vanderbilt Commodores football and basketball programs as well as calling action for the TSSAA football and basketball championships. In 2004, he called the NAIA National Championship football game on nationwide television. Selby's baseball background dates back to his collegiate days at Randolph-Macon College in Ashland, Virginia where he graduated in 1978.

In 2013, Steve was the TV voice for Lipscomb University with the games being aired on ESPN3. Selby also provided play-by-play for the Ohio Valley Conference Basketball Tournament. He broadcast the first two rounds of the Men's Tournament and called the Women's Championship Game on ESPN3.

Steve and his wife, Rhonda, reside in Bartlett.

Stadium & Baseball Operations

Marissa joined the Redbirds in March 2017. She is responsible for providing world-class service for all of our guests by coordinating the guest services personnel for all events at AutoZone Park. She also assists with baseball operations as needed.

Prior to joining the Redbirds, Marissa worked as Assistant General Manager at Fairfield Inn and Suites by Marriott, gaining valuable experience in guest services. She also worked as a team attendant for the Memphis Grizzlies for four seasons from 2012-16, and spent two summers working in food and beverage at Mirimichi Golf Course. Marissa grew up playing softball and was a member of the first Munford High School softball team to make an appearance at the state tournament her senior year.

Marissa graduated from the University of Memphis in 2015 with a degree in Business Administration, focused on Hospitality and Resort Management. She resides in Munford with her husband, Devin, and cat, Cotton. In her spare time she enjoys reading, going to the gym, traveling, and experiencing Tipton County.

Spencer is responsible for ensuring that all mechanical, life safety, electrical, audio/video, and concession systems at AutoZone Park are maintained and fully functional at all times. Additional duties include developing preventative maintenance schedules, scheduling and performing maintenance of stadium equipment, and meeting with contractors and city inspectors to ensure all standards and safety equipment meet current regulations.

Joe is responsible for daily repair and preventative maintenance of all aspects of AutoZone Park to assure thse facility remains in good repair and working order. He is also responsible for maintaining such areas as HVAC, fire systems, electrical, plumbing, carpentry, and any other general items that are needed.

Field Operations

Brian joined the Redbirds in March of 2014 as the Assistant Groundskeeper and was promoted to Director of Field Operations in July 2018.

His responsibilities include all forms of field maintenance such as mowing, applying fertilizer, painting logos, and maintaining the dirt skinned areas of the field. Brian creates maintenance schedules, preparing the field for non-baseball related events, and general stadium maintenance.

Brian graduated from the University of Missouri with a degree in Plant Science with an emphasis in Turfgrass Management. As a student, he was part of the Turf club and spent two years working for the athletic department maintaining the varsity baseball, softball, and soccer fields while also spending his summers working at Mizzou's turf research farm. Prior to joining the Redbirds, Brian spent about three years working for the Memphis Nonprofit, Service Over Self, as an Assistant Construction Director.

As a native Missourian whose parents are both from the St. Louis area, Brian grew up a dedicated Cardinals fan. While still having strong ties to Missouri and St. Louis, he now proudly calls Memphis home. Brian met his wife, Sarah, through working at Service Over Self and the two were married in 2013. When not at the ballpark, Brian enjoys dining at all of the great restaurants and breweries that Memphis has to offer, attending Grizzlies games and shows at the Orpheum, spending time with friends and family, and playing with Maxwell, his German Shepherd/Husky mix.

Cody joined the Redbirds in January 2019 after a trip around the country working for, among others: the Augusta Greenjackets (Single-A affiliate of the San Francisco Giants), the Staten Island Yankees (Short-Season affiliate of the New York Yankees), the Houston Dynamo (Major League Soccer), and the Potomac Nationals (Advanced-A affiliate of the Washington Nationals). 

Cody's turf journey started in San Jose, Calif., where he managed construction crews and built athletic fields for local high schools. That interest led him to enroll at Rutgers University, where he completed the highly-competitive two-year turf management program, and then soon after began working in baseball.

When he's not mowing the outfield, raking the infield, or working on pitchers mounds, you can find Cody enjoying the great restaurants and pubs that Memphis has to offer, or simply at home watching his beloved Liverpool FC.

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