Marvin Goldklang is a minority owner of the New York Yankees. He is also the principal owner of the Fort Myers Miracle, the Minnesota Twins' entry in the Class A Florida State League; Charleston RiverDogs, the New York Yankees’ affiliate in the Class A South Atlantic League, and the Hudson Valley Renegades, the Tampa Bay Rays’ affiliate in the short-season New York–Penn League. Since 2004, he has been in the Hall of Fame of the South Atlantic League. He was inducted in the Florida State League Hall of Fame in 2010, the New York Penn League Hall of Fame in 2018 and was elected to the Board of Trustees for Minor League Baseball in 2014.
Ruttman, Larry (2013). "Marvin Goldklang: Multiple Minor League Team Owner and Baseball Man of Influence". American Jews and America's Game: Voices of a Growing Legacy in Baseball. Lincoln, Nebraska and London, England: University of Nebraska Press. pp. 377–386. ISBN 978-0-8032-6475-5. This chapter in Ruttman's oral history, based on an April 22, 2009 interview with Goldklang conducted for the book, discusses Goldklang's American, Jewish, baseball, and life experiences from youth to the present.
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