BILL TERLECKYGENERAL MANAGER
Hired at the 1978 Winter Baseball Meetings by the Baltimore Orioles AAA affiliate -- the Rochester Red Wings ... Was with the team for the 1981 longest game ever played --33 innings vs Pawtucket Red Sox ... Named Co-General Manger in 1981 at 27 years old ... Hired in 1984 to be the first GM of the Scranton/Wilkes Barre Red Barons ... While waiting for the new stadium to be built, ran the team in Waterbury CT; Williamsport, PA; and Old Orchard Beach, ME ... Was the GM in Williamsport in 1987 and at Bowman Field for the infamous " Potato Game" ... Arrived in Scranton for the 1989 season and oversaw the opening of Lackawanna County Stadium -- new home for the Phillies AAA franchise ... Named International League Executive of the Year in 1991 ... Coordinated the 1995 Triple A All-Star Game ... Jumped to the upstart Independent Northern League in 1997 with the Madison Black Wolf ... Back to affiliated baseball in 2001 as the GM of the Mets Double A team in Binghamton, NY... Awarded the Frank Cashen Award in 2003 as the top executive in the Mets system ... Featured in the book Getting in the Game .... Back to Independent ball as the GM of the Gary SouthShore Railcats in 2007 ... Named Minor League Exec of the Year by the Chicago Pitch and Hit Club in 2007 ... Joined the College Summer Ball ranks in 2011 as the GM of the Amsterdam Mohawks ... Took current position as GM of the North Shore Navigators for the 2012 season ... Named Futures League Executive of the Year in 2012 ... Hosted the 2015 FCBL All-Star Game ... Set to begin 40th season in 2018.