Vince Gennaro is the author of Diamond Dollars: The Economics of Winning in Baseball and a consultant to
Major League Baseball teams. He appears regularly on MLB Network's Clubhouse Confidential, hosted by Brian Kenny,
featuring various topics from the viewpoint of baseball analytics. Vince is also the President of the Society for American
Baseball Research (SABR) and teaches in the Graduate Sports Business Management programs at Columbia University and Manhattanville
College. He is also the architect of the Diamond Dollars Case Competition series, which brings together students
and MLB team and league executives and serves as unique learning experience, as well as a networking opportunity for aspiring
sports executives. This follows a successful business career, which is highlighted by a 20-year career at PepsiCo, and ownership
of a pro sports franchise.
At PepsiCo, Vince was President of Pepsi's Fountain Beverage Division, and was general manager
of a billion dollar bottling business, in addition to holding senior positions in marketing, sales and operations.
entrepreneurial startup endeavor early in Vince's career complements his success with a blue chip Fortune 50 company.
At the age of 27, he raised capital, led the purchase of a franchise in the Women's Pro Basketball League-the forerunner of
today's WNBA-and served as its President and General Manager.
Vince's innovative analysis of the business of baseball
has been the subject of articles in The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, and CNN Money.
He has also written for Yahoo! Sports, and The Wall Street Journal, and is a frequent guest commentator
in the media on sports business topics, appearing on MLB Network, the YES Network, CNBC, and Bloomberg TV. Vince serves on
the Advisory Board of The Perfect Game Foundation, ANC Sports, and the Board of Directors of the Society for American Baseball Research(SABR). He holds an MBA from the University of Chicago and resides in Purchase, NY with his wife and their daughter.
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