Tim Mead Heads To Cooperstown After Four Decades With The Angels
One of the most beloved organizations in our region is getting a new leader. This summer, Tim Mead is taking over as president of the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum in Cooperstown.
Mead has spent 40 years with the Los Angeles Angels, including the past two decades-plus as VP of Communications and an earlier run as assistant general manager. He’ll be bringing a 2002 World Series ring east to Cooperstown when he becomes the Hall’s seventh president, taking over for Jeff Idleson.