Twins President Dave St. Peter, survivor of much change, only wants to see more of it

Miami Herald
Twins President Dave St. Peter, survivor of much change, only wants to see more of it
Twins President Dave St. Peter, survivor of much change, only wants to see more of it

Twins President Dave St. Peter, survivor of much change, only wants to see more of it Dave St. Peter is the president and CEO of a first-place major league team he listened to on the radio as a child in North Dakota, a team that plays in a picturesque ballpark he helped build. He ranks as one of the longest-tenured sports executives in the Twin Cities, having purchased his positions with sweat equity that astounds even the workaholics who populate baseball. St. Peter is an American success story. He hopes no one emulates him. Growing up in Bismarck, N.D., St. Peter invented games in the basement when the diamonds froze. He'd pencil in statistics for teams real and imagined, and when his modest

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