MLB Official Info
Tim BrosnanExecutive Vice President, Business
Tim Brosnan was named Executive Vice President, Business in February 2000 and in this role oversees all domestic and international business functions of Major League Baseball's Office of the Commissioner, including licensing, sponsorship, domestic & international broadcasting, special events and MLB Productions.
Tim joined the Office of the Commissioner in 1991 as Vice President of International Business Affairs. He was promoted to Chief Operating Officer of Major League Baseball International in 1994 and to Senior Vice President, Domestic and International Properties in 1998.
Prior to joining Major League Baseball, Brosnan was appointed to the New York State Commission on Government Integrity by Governor Mario Cuomo in 1987 and two years later was appointed counsel to the Chairman for that Commission. In 1989, Tim was selected as a Regional Finalist for the White House Fellowships. He earned a BA from Georgetown University where he was a four-year player and captain of the baseball team and a JD from Fordham University School of Law where he graduated as President of the Student Bar and Commencement Speaker. He began his career practicing law at the Park Avenue offices of Kelley Drye and Warren.
Tim is currently a member of the Board of Directors of the Fordham Law Alumni Association and several of its fundraising arms. Tim also serves on the Board of Directors of the Baseball Tomorrow Fund. He is a member of the New York City Bar Association Sports Law Committee and is a founder and Board Member of the De la Salle Academy, a private non-profit school for underprivileged, gifted children.
Tim and his wife, Claire O'Brien, have three children -- Helen, Kevin and Charlotte -- and reside in Westchester County, New York.