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Randy Mobley
International League

Randy first worked in the International League office from 1985-87 as administrative assistant. He assumed similar duties for the American Association in November 1987 when that league office relocated to Grove City, Ohio. Two years later, Randy was elected President of the American Association and Commissioner of the Triple-A Alliance (American Association and International League).

In December 1990, Randy was elected President of the International League and his Triple-A Alliance duties continued under the new titles of President of both leagues and the Triple-A Alliance. Randy continued as President of the International League when the Triple-A Alliance dissolved in November 1991.

Randy has been chairman of the Council of League Presidents for Minor League Baseball since its inception in 1992. He has co-chaired the Minor League/Major League Rules and Policy Review Committee since 1993. Randy has also a member of the Professional Baseball Umpire Corporation (PBUC) Labor Negotiations Committee for the last decade.

In 1994 and 2002, he was honored with the Warren Giles Award for outstanding service by a Minor League Baseball president.

Randy has a Bachelor of Arts in Physical Education from Otterbein (Ohio) University and a Master of Arts in Physical Education with a concentration in Sports Administration from The Ohio State University. He and his wife, Judy, have two adult sons.

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