Roger Wexelberg, President of North Alabama Baseball    

Roger Wexelberg is a veteran of more than 25 years in professional sports, including stints as General Manager for three minor league teams.  He started as President of the Southern League baseball franchise that will relocated to Madison, Alabama for the 2020 season in July 2018.

Wexelberg began his career in Minor League Baseball in 1984 with the Oklahoma City 89ers (Triple A, American Association), where he spent seven seasons, before moving to the Fort Myers Miracle (Class A, Florida State League), and later the Orlando Cubs (Double A, Southern League), serving four seasons for each team as General Manager. From 2001-2010 he was either General Manager, President or part owner of the Gary SouthShore RailCats, one of the most successful independent minor league teams in the country. While in Gary he was named Northern League Executive of the year in 2005 and lead the franchise as Northern League Organization of the year in 2006.

He also spent time as the President/General Manager of the Arena Football League’s Chicago Rush  and Vice President of Development of Lakeshore Public Media which operates a public television and a radio station in Northwest Indiana.

Since 2015, Wexelberg worked for Learfield, the leading multi-media rights holder in College Athletics, most recently as General Manager of Bradley Sports Properties at Bradley University in Peoria, Illinois.

Roger and his wife, Jodie, a former front office executive for the NBA’s Orlando Magic, have two children, Ryan (21) a college student at Ball State University, in Indiana and Rachael (20) a professional dancer in New York City.