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ALCS New York Yankees at Detroit Tigers Game Four
Detroit Tigers manager Jim Leyland (L), Tigers owner Mike Ilitch (C) and Tigers CEO David Dombrowski hold the ALCS trophy after the Tigers defeated the New York Yankees to win the American League Championship in Detroit on October 18, 2012. The Tigers defeated the Yankees four games to none and will advance to the World Series. UPI/Kevin Dietsch
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David Dombrowski (born July 27, 1956) is the current president, CEO, and general manager of the Detroit Tigers of Major League Baseball.

Dombrowski briefly attended Cornell University before transferring to Western Michigan University, where he earned a degree in Business Administration.

He began his career with the Chicago White Sox in 1978. He moved up the ladder to assistant general manager by his late 20s, but was purged during Ken Harrelson's unsuccessful one-year reign (1986) as the Chisox' front-office boss. But the firing proved to be a blessing.

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