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Derek Falvey's Journey to the Twins' Front Office

February 27, 2017 07:43 PM

Derek Falvey was a 23-year-old intern for the Cleveland Indians a decade ago.  Today, he is the Chief Baseball Officer of the Minnesota Twins.  It was a meteoric rise to the top for a man who never played baseball above the NCAA Division III level.   How did he do it and how will he do with the Minnesota Twins?

5 EYEWITNESS NEWS Sports Director Joe Schmit traveled to Cleveland to find out more about Falvey and what made him the Twins' choice to turn their baseball team around.  

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Joe spoke to the top five baseball executives with the Indians, including manager Terry Francona. Francona is a two-time World Series champion and he told Joe that the Twins are lucky to have a person like Falvey in charge of their future.

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