Jeremy Aagard enters his third season as the General Manager of the Honkers in 2022, but is a veteran in the summer collegiate baseball world of front office executives. Prior to joining the Honkers, the Wadena, Minn. native led the Fayetteville SwampDogs of the Coastal Plain League since 2006. Aagard served as the SwampDogs assistant general manager from 2006-2012 before taking the reins as the general manager in 2013, a position he held until joining the Honkers. The SwampDogs were annually one of the top drawing teams in the Coastal Plain League, averaging over 1,500 fans per game during their peak and Aagard was the driving force behind many of the promotions and significant involvements in the community. Along with being honored as one of the “Top 40 Under the age of 40” in Fayetteville in 2011, Aagard was a consistent participant on community boards and committees such as Special Olympics and Kiwanis and was instrumental in bringing numerous other community events to the ballpark.
While Aagard returns home to Minnesota to lead the Honkers, he is also returning to his roots of the Northwoods League where he received his start in summer collegiate baseball in 2004 as the assistant general manager with the Alexandria (MN) Beetles.
Jeremy and his wife, Andrea, reside in Byron with their two daughters, Alyvia and Jayci.
Clint Narramore enters his second season and first as the Director of Sales. Prior to joining the Honkers, Narramore was with Honkers GM, Jeremy Aagard with the Fayetteville SwampDogs of the Coastal Plain League since 2018 as the SwampDogs Assistant General Manager. This is not his first stint in Minnesota. From 2013-2015 he was the Sports Director for KAUS Radio in Austin. As a former Marine and radio host, Narramore has lived all over the United States and has been fortunate enough to do a lot of traveling as a hobby as well. Last year in his return to Southeastern MN, Narramore served as the Honkers’ Official Scorer.
An avid baseball fan, Clint can name every World Series winner…ever. Clint also loves movies with scary movies being his favorite and can be seen hosting trivia in Rochester during the week on off days for the Honkers.
Chris Goodell will conduct his 23rd season in the Northwoods League in 2021, having spent time with both the Waterloo Bucks and La Crosse Loggers. Goodell, who currently serves as the team president of the Loggers, Mankato MoonDogs and the Rochester Honkers, served as the general manager of the Loggers from their inaugural season of 2003 through the 2018 season, helping build a stadium and team that is one of the top drawing teams in all of summer collegiate baseball. Goodell was honored as the Northwoods League Executive of the Year on two occasions, in 2004 and in 2012, and was recognized as the La Crosse Tribune’s Sports Person of the Year in 2009 and 2012.
Ben Kapanke begins his 18th season in the Northwoods League in 2022 and his third year as the general manager of the La Crosse Loggers after serving the previous ten years as the assistant general manager. Kapanke, who also holds the title of Vice President/CFO of the Loggers, MoonDogs and now the Honkers, oversees the concession operations as well as the team’s finances for all three clubs while leading the Loggers’ day-to-day operations. Kapanke got his introduction to the Northwoods League in 2002 when he served as an umpire after attending the Jim Evans Academy of Professional Umpiring.
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