We're the first sport to really go on sale in the teeth of this (recession)MLB teams trying to avoid sales drop Mar 09, 2009
We have worked very hard to accommodate the requests from the Mayor and the Council that changed the terms of the agreement that brought the Montreal Expos to WashingtonNationals to get a new stadium Mar 06, 2006
Because our stadium agreement provides for a Dec. 31, 2004 deadline, we will not entertain offers for permanent relocation of the club until that deadline passesNationals order partial shutdown Dec 15, 2004
We understand that a segment of our fans was uncomfortable with this particular component and we do not want to detract from the fan's experience in any wayMLB drops Spiderman base covers May 07, 2004
The bases were an extremely small part of this programBaseball backs down on Spiderman promotion May 06, 2004
Robert A. "Bob" DuPuy (born c. 1947) is an attorney and the current President and Chief Operating Officer of Major League Baseball. He took both titles on March 7, 2002. Prior to joining Major League Baseball, he was a partner and management committee member of Foley & Lardner, a large Milwaukee-based law firm.
Bob DuPuy received an A.B. from Dartmouth College in 1968, and a J.D. from Cornell Law School in 1973. At Cornell, he was the editor-in-chief of the Cornell Law Review. After attending Dartmouth, he served in Vietnam with the 504th Military Police Battalion with the US Army.
DuPuy grew up in Branford, Conn. Prior to attending Dartmouth, DuPuy graduated from Notre Dame High School of West Haven in 1964. On November 3, 2007, at Yale Commons in New Haven, Ct, he was bestowed with honor of becoming a Knight of Honor, the highest award the school gives out to friends and graduates of Notre Dame High School.