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Twins name four vice presidents, announce promotions

Twins name four vice presidents, announce promotions

Twins name four vice presidents, announce promotions

The Twins announced a series of front office promotions on Wednesday, including the naming of four new vice presidents: Rob Antony to vice president and assistant general manager, Mike Clough to vice president of ticket sales and service, Paul Froehle to vice president of ticket operations and Nancy O'Brien to vice president of brand marketing.

Antony joined the organization in 1988 and has served as assistant general manager since 2007. In his role, he will be responsible for Major League contracts, including arbitration, evaluating Major and Minor League players, and overseeing the club's video, baseball analytics and baseball communications departments.

Clough has been with the Twins since 2009 and served as senior director of ticket sales and service since 2012. In his role, he's responsible for management of the team's season, premium, group and single-game ticket-holder relationships.

Froehle joined the Twins in 1985 and has served as senior director of ticket operations since 2010. In his role he's responsible for distribution, processing and reporting of all tickets associated with Twins baseball and Target Field events.

O'Brien joined the Twins in 2000 and has been senior director of brand marketing since 2009. In her new role, she's responsible for development of the Twins brand and related advertising and promotional strategies. She also oversees the club's emerging markets group, and business intelligence and analytics departments.

The club also promoted Dan Starkey to senior director of ballpark development, Sean Harlin to director of Major League video, Chris Iles to director of corporate and digital communications, Sam Henschen to senior manager of Twins productions, Brandon Johnson to senior manager of business intelligence and analytics and Dana Minion to senior manager of ballpark maintenance.

Joey Nowak is a reporter for MLB.com. Follow him on Twitter at @joeynowak. This story was not subject to the approval of Major League Baseball or its clubs.

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