Michael S Rosenzweig
Born and raised in Duluth, Michael has had a love affair with baseball his entire life. He has been known to rarely travel to a city that doesn’t have some kind of a baseball team to watch. Michael has been a coach for Central Little League for 16 years.He has been a sponsor for many Huskies promotional nights including Huskies Gnome Night, batting helmet and team baseball cards giveaway.Michael has been a financial adviser for more than 31 years retiring in October of 2017. He now spends full time with the Duluth Huskies.Michael is married to Betsy and has two sons, Mike and Sam.
A native of Lake Nebagamon, Wisconsin, Greg started his Huskies career in Corporate & Group Sales; Stadium Operations during the 2015 season and was named General Manager after the season ended.Previous to his Huskies career, Greg served 24 years with the Duluth News Tribune primarily in Advertising. Greg grew up playing baseball in Northern Wisconsin and attended the University of Wisconsin Stevens-Point.When not living and breathing baseball you can find him on the local golf courses as he is a member of both Poplar Golf course and Norwood Golf course. Greg is married to wife Sarah and they reside in Duluth.
Corporate/Business Sales, Stadium Operations
Originally from Plymouth, Minnesota, Jordan graduated from Minnesota State University, Mankato with a degree in Sports Management and minors in Marketing and Entrepreneurship. He is the first full season intern the Huskies have ever had, with duties that include corporate/business sales, promotional schedule creation, and stadium operations. His playing career ended in high school, but he knew that he wanted to work in sports in some capacity. After starting college pursuing a career in sports media, he settled into the business side, specifically marketing and promotions. Last summer, he interned for the St. Joseph Mustangs as their promotions director. Jordan has four brothers and has the support of his two amazing parents (Jennifer and John). Despite being born and raised in Minnesota, Jordan has only been to Duluth twice in his life. That being said, he is beyond excited to become a part of the Duluth community!
Pastor Darrell Kyle
Darrell Kyle is returning for his second year as the chaplain for the Huskies. He is an avid baseball fan and was recently vindicated for his long-suffering devotion to the Chicago Cubs.Darrel is the pastor of Trinity Lutheran Church in Lake Nebagamon, Wi and a member of the Air National where he was recently deployed to Afghanistan.Darrell loves the game and its players and most enjoys coming out to spend time with the players and watch the games with his family.
Director of Baseball Operations
Pederson, who turns 30 in October is a graduate of Palo Alto High School. Pederson starred as a Second Baseman at The University of Pacific before being drafted in the 33rd round by the Los Angeles Dodgers. He played 4 seasons of professional baseball before retiring and pursuing a career in coaching.
In the summer of 2016, Pederson was a coach in Taiwan for Major League Baseball. The following year, he was a graduate assistant coach at Hawaii Pacific for the 2017 season and managed the Orange County Riptide to the California Collegiate League championship in the summer of 2017, earning CCL manager of the year honors.
In 2018, Pederson managed the Duluth Huskies to a Northwoods League Division Championship and set franchise records in wins, runs scored and stolen bases while leading the Huskies to the playoffs for the first time in years. Along with his duties as Head Coach, Pederson was also the Director of Baseball Operations for the Huskies overseeing the recruitment of players, ordering equipment, planning travel, running baseball clinics, hiring coaches and directing the Analytics Team.
Among the players he has coached are NCAA All-American Dominic Fletcher of Arkansas and recent draft selections Eric Wagaman (Yankees), Dean Miller (Braves), Alex Mckenna (Astros), Kyle Marinconz (Nationals), Nick Meyer (Team USA/Mets), Trent Shelton (Padres), and Matthew Gunter (Blue Jays).
Tyger is the son of Stu and Shelly Pederson, and growing up, Pederson was heavily surrounded by the game of baseball. His father played 13 years of professional baseball with the Dodgers and Blue Jays organizations. His brother, Joc, plays for the Los Angeles Dodgers and with Israel’s World Baseball Classic team, his sister, Jacey, plays soccer for team USA and UCLA, and his brother, Champ, is a motivational speaker and advocate for his organization, “Live Like a Champ.”
Shania was born and raised in Duluth, Minnesota and this will be her fourth season with the Huskies organization. She got her start with the Huskies as lead intern for the HD video team in 2016, operating cameras and worked her way up to directing by the end of the season. She has returned for the past two seasons as director, and began her role as supervisor in the 2018 season.
Krause is a 2018 graduate from Lake Superior College with a Media Studies and Production degree, and an Associate of Arts degree. She enjoys spending time with her friends and family, and anything artistic, including singing, dancing, drawing, photography/ videography, and metal art and jewelry.
Shania is looking forward to the baseball season and helping the incoming interns polish their skills within the media field.
This is Rachel’s third season with the Huskies and she is very excited to see what the new season along with new responsibilities will bring. Rachel is one of two Video Production Director/Producer, Team Writer, and Lead Intern of the 2019 season. Rachel is currently attending University of Minnesota Duluth majoring in Journalism with a minor in coaching. She has also received an AA from University of Wisconsin Superior and a Media Studies and Production Diploma from Lake Superior College. Rachel is originally from Hayward, Wisconsin and moved up North to run for the UWS Women’s Cross-Country team but has stayed to be apart of the Duluth Huskies Organization. You can catch Rachel at every home game either up in the Crow’s nest or running around the stadium making sure things are running smoothly. So feel free to say hello.
Scouting Analytics Coaching Hybrid (SACH)
Will is 21 and from Two Harbors. He will be one of two new intern positions SACH (Scouting Analytics Coaching Hybrid). He will be working alongside Jacob O and directly with the Huskies coaching staff. Will is currently attending The College of St. Scholastica majoring in Mathematics, with a minor in Data Analytics, and of course keeping baseball at the forefront with coaching the Varsity program at Two Harbors High School, his alummator.
Eric is a SACH intern that comes to the Huskies from Mountain View, CA. He wanted to be a part of the Husky team because of the knowledge he can learn from the coaching staff, and other members of the Husky team. He is interested in learning both the nuisances that goes into the game of baseball, as well as, what goes into planning road trips, and maintaining both a roster and ball park. Eric is a Sports Management major at Menlo College and aspires to work within baseball, starting off as a scout.
Social Media and Content Creation
Zac is a senior Marketing student at the University of Minnesota-Duluth. He grew up in beautiful Stillwater, MN and decided to come up to Duluth after visiting nearly every year for youth hockey tournaments and always looking forward to coming back. His favorite part about Duluth is being so close to Lake Superior and all the well-maintained hiking trails in the area.
When he was 15, he started finding golf balls and selling them online to golfers around the Twin Cities area. This launched his interest in Marketing and Sales because it was satisfying to effectively reach a target group of customers on his own while also making some money in the process. This fall he looks to build off his college coursework and prior business experience.
He is very excited to be working with the Duluth Huskies this fall as the Special Projects and Social Media Intern. He is most looking forward to sharing his creative ideas and making every Husky home game a fun, unique experience.