M-Braves welcome MiLB veteran Tim Mueller as Assistant General Manager / Dir. of Sales

Mueller brings 24 years of minor league baseball experience to Mississippi

By Chris Harris / Mississippi Braves | January 28, 2019 5:00 PM

PEARL, MS - The Mississippi Braves are proud to announce the addition of Tim Mueller as Assistant General Manager and Director of Sales. Mueller brings 24 years of minor league baseball experience to Mississippi, 17 of which as a vice president or general manager. Prior to joining the Braves, Tim served as the General Manager of the West Virginia Power and VP/GM of the Kannapolis Intimidators.

In Tim's role as Assistant GM, he will assist the GM and staff in all team and stadium operations with an emphasis on creating strong partnerships in the community.

"Tim is very well-respected throughout the minor league baseball industry," said M-Braves vice president and general manager, Pete Laven. "The M-Braves are thrilled to add his leadership and experience to our organization as we approach the 2019 season."

Tim is a graduate of Methodist College, where he earned a bachelor's degree in Physical Education and was a member of their NCAA III football team. Tim attended Ocala (FL) Vanguard High School where he played football and baseball, was a member of the National Honor Society and Mu Alpha Theta and was an Anchor Sweetheart. Fun Fact - longtime NFL quarterback Daunte Culpepper was a freshman and scout team quarterback during Tim's senior year at Vanguard.

Tim is a longtime Rotarian and is a Paul Harris Fellow. Tim will be an active member with his Church, volunteers in schools and has volunteered with and/or served on a variety of community and charitable boards including Chambers of Commerce, Convention and Visitor's Bureaus and JDRF to name a few and looks forward to doing the same here.

In Tim's spare time, he enjoys being on or around water, working in the yard, watching football (Go Pack Go), hitting the weight room and playing with his dog Lags. Tim was born in Beaver Dam, WI and currently resides in Brandon.

This story was not subject to the approval of the National Association of Professional Baseball Leagues or its clubs.

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