Portland, OR - Rose City Baseball announced today the promotion of Gregg Swenson to Director of Baseball Operations in addition to his role as General Manager of the Gresham GreyWolves.
In his duties, Swenson will coordinate all game-day partnership operations in Gresham, as well as lead player recruitment and development for both teams.
Swenson served as the GM of the GreyWolves in 2017. Rose City Baseball purchased the GreyWolves on November 2nd and the organization made a point to retain and expand Swenson's role with the Pickles.
"I have known Gregg for a long time now," said Bill Stewart, Co-Owner of Rose City Baseball. "We are excited to bring him aboard as Director of Baseball Operations given the amount of experience he has at the college level."
A veteran of college baseball the past 23 seasons, Swenson joins the front office after stops at four well-renowned schools in the Pacific Northwest.
Prior to 2017, Swenson spent the two previous seasons as the Assistant Coach and Pitching Coach for the Portland Pilots. He coached for several years at the University of Washington as well, where he helped the Huskies reach three-straight NCAA Championships (2002-04) as an Assistant Coach. Before Washington, Swenson served as the Head Coach at Tacoma Community College, where he played two seasons (1990-91). Swenson also coached at Washington State University for ten seasons. The Cougars made two NCAA postseason appearances.
GreyWolves fans should also be on the lookout for the team's 2018 schedule, as it will be released on November 28th during a meet and greet with Owner and Seahawks Punter Jon Ryan.
About Rose City Baseball
Rose City Baseball is the Ownership Group in charge of both the Portland Pickles and the Gresham GreyWolves. The Ownership Group is comprised of COLLiDE Sports with Seattle Seahawks Punter, Jon Ryan, and Alan Miller of LA-based entertainment marketing agency, COLLiDE, and Zephyr Bay Sports lead by Bill Stewart, a seasoned vet in professional sports.
Rose City Baseball aims to bring high caliber baseball and sports entertainment to communities in the Pacific Northwest, for the purpose of positively impacting both its culture and economy