As I have stated on several occasions, my professional life has been in a transition stage over the last few months and this reorganization continues that trendDiamondbacks CEO to resign Aug 06, 2004
The blame does not soley fall on Bob's shoulders, as we have failed in many facets on the field and in the clubhouseDiamondbacks fire Bob Brenly Jul 02, 2004
A short time ago, I had laid out a blueprint for the future of the Phoenix Suns organization in the valleyPhoenix Suns change hands Apr 16, 2004
I cannot imagine there has been any other free agent signing in our game's history that has made a bigger impact on his club and has been so directly attributed to winning as Randy's signing hereIn Sports from United Press International Mar 24, 2003
It's always difficult to have to pare down and make these decisions because each of these young men have given their time and energy to be part of USA BasketballGreen, McGee cut from Team USA Aug 15, 2010
Jerry Colangelo November 20, 1939 (1939-11-20) (age 70) in Chicago Heights, Illinois, is an American businessman and sports mogul.
He is the former owner of the Phoenix Suns of the NBA, the Phoenix Mercury of the WNBA, the Arizona Sandsharks of the Continental Indoor Soccer League, the Arizona Rattlers of the Arena Football League and the Arizona Diamondbacks of Major League Baseball. He was also instrumental in the relocation of the Winnipeg Jets of the NHL to Phoenix to become the Phoenix Coyotes, which is now in bankruptcy.
He is the national director of USA Basketball and of the team that represented the United States in the 2008 Beijing Olympics. Colangelo also serves as Chairman of the National Italian American Foundation (NIAF), a nonprofit nonpartisan educational foundation that promotes Italian American culture and heritage. NIAF also serves as the voice for Italian Americans in Washington, D.C.