The roster of billionaire MLB owners who rule baseball is ranked by net Worth.

The principal owner and managing general partner of the National League’s Arizona Diamondbacks is an American.He became a part-owner of the team in 1995.He has been managing general partner since 2004, overseeing day-to-day operations and acting as the organization’s designated representative when the Major League Baseball owners convene.Prior to his position with the team, Kendrick founded Datatel, Inc., a software development company, and served as a banking industry executive in Texas.

He graduated from West Virginia University in 1965, after being born in 1943.He was a member of a frat at West Virginia University.The University’s Inter-Fraternity Council had a vice-president in 1964.He was the founder of Datatel, Inc., a software development company, and served as a banking industry executive in Texas in the 1980s and 1990s.There is a citation needed.

The D-backs reached the NLCS for the second time in the franchise’s existence in 2007, during his tenure.Through equity and debt restructures, the team has eliminated more than $200 million of debt.[4]

The D-backs signed pitcher Zack Greinke to a six-year deal with the largest annual average value in Major League Baseball history after leading negotiations on the team’s multi-billion dollar television rights deal.[5]

The All-Star Game was held at Chase Field in 2011; the Spring Training facility at Talking Stick is considered to be the finest in all of baseball.[5]

The D-backs were rated the No. 1 team by the Magazine.The 6 teams in Major League Baseball’s Ultimate Standings measure success on and off the field.The Arizona Diamondbacks are the best workplace in sports.[7]