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James Pohlad (born March 10, 1953)[1] is an American businessman who is the chairman and part-owner of the Minnesota Twins of the American League. He is the son of Eloise O'Rourke Pohlad and businessman Carl Pohlad, who made the family's fortune and originally purchased the Minnesota Twins in the 1980s.

While ownership of the Twins is collectively vested in the Pohlad family, Jim serves as operating head of the franchise.[2]

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Chairman and part-owner of the Minnesota Twins

Since Carl's death on January 5, 2009, Jim and his two brothers, Bill (a film director and producer) and Bob, inherited the Twins franchise; all three serve on the team's executive board.[3] The Twins front-office directory lists the Pohlad family as a whole as the owner of the team, but Jim serves as the ownership group's public face, handling day-to-day operations and representing the Twins at owners meetings. This structure is roughly analogous to that of the NFL's Kansas City Chiefs since the death of founding owner Lamar Hunt in 2006; ownership is vested collectively in his family, but eldest son Clark serves as CEO and operating head of the franchise.

On November 29, 2022, Pohlad transitioned control of the Twins to his nephew, Joe Pohlad.[4]


  1. ^ Garrison-Sprenger, Nicole (2006-10-22). "Pohlad family maintains diverse business interests".
  2. ^ "Jim Pohlad - Executive Chair | Minnesota Twins". Retrieved 2022-04-05.
  3. ^ La Velle E. Neal III (2009-01-05). "Family will continue to run Twins". Minneapolis Star Tribune. Retrieved 2009-01-06.
  4. ^ "Twins owner steps back from daily operations". 29 November 2022.

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