Everett Aquasox Name New General Manager

January 14, 2015

Everett, Everett Sports

Aquasox

The Everett Aquasox have a new General Manager

Just received this press release from the Everett Aquasox naming a new General Manager…

The Everett AquaSox announced today that Danny Tetzlaff has been named General Manager. Tetzlaff has been in minor league baseball for over 13 years, serving most recently as General Manager of the expansion Yakima Valley Pippins (West Coast League). He has served as both a General Manager and Assistant General Manager with several successful organizations, including three years with the Triple-A Lehigh Valley IronPigs.

“After previously working in the Northwest League with the Yakima Bears, I am excited and humbled to have this amazing opportunity with the Everett AquaSox,” said Tetzlaff, “I am looking forward to being a part of the tradition already in place in Everett, and making summers at Everett Memorial Stadium even more memorable in 2015.”

In his new role with the AquaSox, Tetzlaff will work closely with Team President Pat Filippone and oversee the day-to-day operations of the club.

“We are looking forward to having Danny as a part of our team in Everett,” said Filippone, “His proven track record of success at multiple levels within Minor League Baseball make him an asset for the franchise and our growth in the future.”

A graduate of UNC-Charlotte, Tetzlaff was named 2006 Pioneer League Executive of the Year while with the Casper Rockies after leading the Rockies to the nation’s fourth-largest attendance jump in all of minor league baseball.

The AquaSox Home Opener is June 18 at 7:05pm versus the Eugene Emeralds. Season tickets, group outings and both 12 and 16 game packages are available now, and single game tickets will be available in mid-May. Call (425) 258-3673 or visit the AquaSox office at 3802 Broadway in Everett for more information.

Editor’s Note: There was no mention of long time general manager Brian Sloan in the release but a call to the club’s office in Everett revealed Sloan is no longer with the club. A reader just let us know that Sloan resigned at the end of last season to take a job with a Bellevue promotional firm.

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