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About Andy MacPhail
Andy MacPhail (born April 5, 1953) is the president of baseball operations for the Baltimore Orioles. He was the president/CEO of the National League Chicago Cubs from September 9, 1994 until Oct. 1, 2006. He won two World Series championships as general manager of the Minnesota Twins (1987, 1991).
Hired on June 20 2007, he was named the President of Baseball Operations of the Baltimore Orioles by owner Peter Angelos.
As of July 18, 2011, the Orioles performance under his leadership has led to a cumulative record is 275 wins and 394 losses (0.411 winning percentage). The Orioles have consistently been the worst performing team in the AL East during this period.
He is the son of former American League president Lee MacPhail, and the grandson of Larry MacPhail, the only father-and-son members of the Baseball Hall of Fame. Andy's uncle, Bill MacPhail (Lee MacPhail's brother), was President of CBS Sports and later was President of CNN Sports, brought on by Ted Turner to create the department upon the network's launch. Andy MacPhail graduated with a degree in American Studies from Dickinson College in Carlisle, PA.