- Steve Rogers, Chairman/President
- Craig Skok, Chairman Emeritus
- Eddie Robinson, President Emeritus
- Steve Garvey
- Doug Glanville
- LaTroy Hawkins
- Nick Hundley
- Jason Phillips, Secretary/Treasurer
- Mike Sweeney
- David Mindell, General Counsel
Eddie Robinson was a first baseman from 1942-1957, playing for the Cleveland Indians -- with whom he won a World Series championship in 1948 -- Washington Senators, Chicago White Sox, Philadelphia Athletics, New York Yankees, Kansas City Athletics, Detroit Tigers and Baltimore Orioles. In his 13-year career, Robinson collected 1,146 hits and clubbed 172 homers. Robinson was also a four-time All-Star, had four 20-home run seasons and three 100-RBI seasons.
Born in Dobbs Ferry, N.Y., Craig Skok spent four years in the majors, splitting time between the Boston Red Sox, Texas Rangers and Atlanta Braves. After the conclusion of his playing career, Skok was a high school teacher for several years, teaching health, science and drivers education. He also coached high school football and tennis before transitioning to a sales engineer job for 14 years.
Steve Garvey spent 19 seasons in Major League Baseball, playing for the Los Angeles Dodgers and San Diego Padres. Garvey played the first 14 seasons of his career with the Dodgers, where he became a crucial part of their team, making eight consecutive National League All-Star appearances and helping the Dodgers to a World Series championship in 1981. A corner infielder, Garvey won four Gold Glove Awards during his career and set a single-season record in 1984 when he played the entire season without committing an error at first base. The 1974 National League MVP, Garvey is also a two-time NLCS MVP, two-time All-Star Game MVP and finished his career with 10 All-Star appearances. With a career batting average of .294, Garvey collected 2,599 hits, clubbed 272 home runs and amassed 1,308 RBIs during his time in the big leagues.
Doug Glanville was an outfielder for the Chicago Cubs, Philadelphia Phillies and Texas Rangers from 1996-2004. In his nine-year career, Glanville batted .277 with 1,100 hits and 168 stolen bases.
LaTroy Hawkins was a right-handed pitcher from 1995-2015, spending time primarily with the Minnesota Twins during his Major League career. Hawkins pitched in 1,042 games in his 21-year career and recently coached for the Brazilian National Team in the 2017 World Baseball Classic Qualifiers.
Born in Corvallis, Ore., Nick Hundley made his catching debut with the San Diego Padres on July 4, 2008. After spending seven seasons with the Padres, Hundley went on to split the remainder of his career between the Baltimore Orioles, Colorado Rockies, San Francisco Giants and Oakland Athletics. Shortly after the conclusion of his 12-year playing career, Hundley was hired by Major League Baseball as a senior director of baseball operations in early 2020.
Jason Phillips was a right-handed pitcher from 1999-2003, spending time between the Pittsburgh Pirates and Cleveland Indians. Phillips also pitched for Team USA in the 2001 Baseball World Cup.
Mike Sweeney was a utility player from 1995-2010, primarily spending his time with the Kansas City Royals. Sweeney appeared in 1,454 games, collected 1,540 hits and clubbed 215 homers during his 16-year career in the Major Leagues. A five-time All-Star, Sweeney also had six 20-home run seasons, two 100-RBI seasons, two seasons in which he scored 100 runs and one 200-hits season.