The Palm Beach Cardinals are thrilled to announce that General Manager Andrew Seymour has been named Chuck Murphy Executive of the Year for the 2019 Florida State League season.
The Cardinals held a plethora of first-year events dedicated to creating awareness for worthy causes this season. Among the now annual traditions at Roger Dean Chevrolet Stadium include LGBTQ Night, Deaf Awareness Night, and Breast Cancer Awareness Night. The team, in a joint effort with the Jupiter Hammerheads, hosted the 2019 Florida State League All-Star Games for the first time since 2000.
The Toronto native is a fixture within the local community, serving on the FAU Sports Marketing Board, Jupiter Christian School Booster Board and Keiser University Athletic Board. He enjoys using his free time to volunteer in Palm Beach at the Jupiter Tequesta Athletic Association and Palm Beach Gardens Youth Athletic Association among others.
Seymour is also very active within the Florida State League family, serving as the chair of the Social Committee and Co-Chairing the league's Fall Promotional marketing committee. Additionally, he serves on the FSL Hall of Fame, Hotel, Marketing, and logo rebrand committees.
This is the second time he has been named Florida State League Executive of the year, earning the title while with the Ft. Myers Miracle in 2015. Seymour was also named Northwest League Executive of the Year in 2009 serving as General Manager of the Vancouver Canadians.
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