Mike MarshallPacific Association Commissioner
The first Manager in San Rafael Pacifics' history, Marshall brings more than 30 years of professional baseball experience — including two World Series championships with the Los Angeles Dodgers in 1981 and 1988, and a North American Baseball League title with the Chico Outlaws in 2010 — to his post.
Marshall has served as the Vice President of Baseball Operations for the Northern League, and was president of the NABL's Yuma Scorpions from 2007-'09. He also managed the team from 2006-'08.
The Libertyville, Illinois native was a National League All-Star in 1984 when he hit 21 home runs while batting .257 with 67 RBIs for the Dodgers. As General Manager and President of the Outlaws in 2010, Marshall led Chico to a 50-30 record, which culminated in a win over the Maui Na Koa Ikaika for the league championship. He traded his GM duties for those of manager in 2011 while remaining the team's President.
In 11 big-league seasons with the Dodgers, New York Mets, Boston Red Sox and California Angels, Marshall hit .270 with 148 homers and 530 RBIs. In 2012, Marshall was inducted into the Pacifics Coast League Hall of Fame.
He and his wife Mary Marshall married in 1987, and have two children, both attending Stanford University.
Managing Principal Owner
President and General Manager, Minority Owner
Vice President, Assistant General Manager
Director of Sales and Marketing
Director of Public and Media Relations
Media Operations Manager, Traveling Secretary
Community Affairs Manager
Team Videographer, Media Relations Associate