Welcome to the Connecticut Tigers Front Office!

We’ve been talking about starting a blog for some time now, so here it is!  Be sure to check back often as we’ll be updating it to give our fans a chance to see what we do during the offseason (no, we don’t all winter in Florida!) and what it’s like during a NY-Penn League season.

Here’s a little introduction to the front office staff and where we work.  Once the weather takes a turn for the better our office becomes the entire stadium, especially when we have home games.

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Leading Off (in no particular order): VP of Operations, CJ Knudsen

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Batting Second: Assistant General Manager, Eric Knighton

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Batting Third: Director of Turf Management and Stadium Operations, Bryan Barkley

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Batting Cleanup: Director of Community Relations and Promotions, Dave Schermerhorn

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Batting Fifth: Director of Concessions and Merchandise, Heather Bartlett

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Batting Sixth: Director of Business Development and Client Relations, Matt Deltenre

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And Hitting Seventh: General Manager, Andrew Weber

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We have also been joined this offseason by Shane McKenzie (he’s also our on-field MC during the season) on a part-time basis to help with sales.  We’re looking forward to a great 2011 season and hope to see you all at Dodd Stadium!

2 comments

  1. Bernie

    I like it…. well done… and the empty chairs are proof that those whose job it is to be out in the community… undoubtedly are just that…. out in the community! Keep up the good work!

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