Hired at the 1978 Winter Baseball Meetings Job Seekers Seminar by the Rochester Red Wings ... Was appointed Co-General Manager in his third season ... Hired by Northeast PA Baseball in 1985 (Scranton/Wilkes-Barre) to head new stadium drive ... Ran clubs in Waterbury, CT, Williamsport, PA and Old Orchard Beach, ME in the run up to baseball's return to NEPA ... In 1987, re-opened the Williamsport market to pro baseball after a 10-year absence ... Oversaw the opening of Lackawanna County Stadium (Phillies Triple-A) in 1989 ... Named International League Executive of the Year in 1991 ... Co-ordinated the 1995 Triple-A All-Star Game ... Jumped to the upstart Independent Northern League in 1997 with the Madison Black Wolf ... Returned to affiliated baseball in 2001 as the General Manager of the Binghamton Mets (the New York Mets' Double-A club) ... Named Frank Cashen Award winner by the Mets in 2002 ... Featured in the book Getting in the Game in 2003 ... Re-joined the Independent ranks in 2007 as the General Manager of the Gary South Shore RailCats ... Named the Minor League GM of the Year by the Chicago Pitch and Hit Club in 2007 ... Was hired as the GM of the Oakland County Cruisers start-up (Frontier League) in 2009 ... Project stalled due to lack of financing brought on by the recession ... Entered the Collegiate Summer Baseball scene as GM of the Amsterdam Mohawks in 2010 ... Hired by Pat Salvi to operate the North Shore Navigators (Futures Collegiate Baseball League) in 2012 ... Named the Futures League Executive of the Year after 2012 season ... One of a handful of baseball club operators to work in affiliated, independent and collegiate summer leagues.