Most of us will never be professional baseball players. I like to think my shot at the Majors ended midway through Pony League when I hurt my pitching arm, but it likely ended in June of 1986 when I was born.
Nevertheless, you can always live out some aspect of every red-blooded American’s boyhood dream by working in the front office of a Major League Baseball team. Recently, I talked to Todd Krulewich (Texas ’05), who is neither cruel nor a witch, but a nice man – and now a sales rep for the Minnesota Twins. He answered some questions about finding work in the sports industry and shared some thoughts on the future of baseball.