The Indianapolis Indians have promoted Garrett Rosh (pictured) to inside ticket sales manager. He has been with the organization for the past five years, starting as a ticket sales executive before being promoted to senior ticket sales executive. In his new role, Rosh is a 2011 graduate of IUPUI with a bachelor’s degree in sport management.

Eddie Acheson has been promoted to stadium operations manager. He joined the Tribe for the 2015 season as a stadium operations assistant before serving as guest relations coordinator and stadium operations coordinator. Acheson is a graduate of Ball State University.

Bobby Martin has been named full-time home clubhouse manager, a title he has held in a seasonal capacity since 1997. He will be at Victory Field throughout the year assisting in the operation and maintenance of the stadium.

Kieron Hubbard has been on staff since 2013, serving in seasonal roles as assistant clubhouse manager and stadium operations support. In his full-time role, he will be assisting around the ballpark and concourse throughout the season.

Courtney Fowler has been added as a ticket sales account executive after a successful stint with the Durham Bulls as an inside sales account representative. While in college, she interned with the Tampa Bay Lightning in client services and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in guest relations. Fowler graduated from Saint Leo University with a bachelor’s degree in sport business.

Also, Jeremy Smith (pictured) has been named corporate sales account executive. He most recently served as director of communications with the Richard M. Fairbanks Foundation and director of new business development with Emmis Communications. His background also includes stops at IU Sports Properties, the NCAA and Riley Children’s Foundation. Smith is a graduate of Indiana University with a bachelor’s degree in sports marketing & management. 

The Indians open their season at Columbus on Thursday, April 4. The Tribe’s home opener is Thursday, April 11 when they host Charlotte at 7:05 p.m.

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