Eugene McHale

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Eugene J. McHale was president of the New York Yankees of Major League Baseball.

McHale joined the Yankees' front office in 1972.[1] He was named Yankees president in 1983, succeeding Lou Saban.[2] McHale served as an administrator, not involving himself in player personnel decisions.[3] When he resigned in 1986,[4] Yankees' owner George Steinbrenner left the position of president vacant.[5] He later became president and owner of American Sports Associates, a consulting firm, which helped Tempe, Arizona, in its attempt to secure a new stadium.[6]