Thad Levine was born on November 12, 1971. He is a baseball executive.  Currently, he serves as the Minnesota Twins’ senior vice president and general manager in Major League Baseball.

Levine was born in the Virginia city of Alexandria. He used to play soccer with Paul DePodesta when they were little. Levine attended Haverford Collegiate, where he was a member of the NCAA Division III college baseball team.

His bachelor’s degree was awarded to him in 1994. A graduate of the University of California, Los Angeles in 1999, he also received an MBA from the university.

Meet Thad Levine – General Manager of Minnesota Twins

 Levine joined the Los Angeles Dodgers as a business development executive. In 1999, he relocated to the Colorado Rockies, where he served as an assistant director, director, and senior director before returning to the state. In October 2005, Levine was assigned to the post of assistant general manager for the Texas Rangers baseball team. On November 3, 2016, he was hired as the general manager of the Minnesota Twins baseball team.

The Minnesota Twins are a professional baseball club headquartered in Minneapolis, Minnesota, that competes in the National League.

They are a member club of the American League Central Division in Major League Baseball and participate in the league’s regular season. The squad is named after the Twin Cities metropolitan region, which encompasses the two neighboring cities of Minneapolis and St. Paul and their surrounding areas.



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