Long-time MLB player representative Greg Genske has formed a new agency along with former Ballengee executive Alex Hicks, per Jon Heyman of MLB Network (via Twitter). The new outfit will be known as GEM Agency and will initially feature several former Genske clients.
According to Heyman, three notable players who’ll start out under the GEM roof: Dodgers third baseman Justin Turner, Rays outfielder Tommy Pham, and Astros reliever Roberto Osuna. All had previously been represented by Genske. Turner will be a free agent after the 2020 campaign, when Pham and Osuna will be entering their final seasons of arbitration eligibility.
This move comes after a period of immense upheaval following the purchase of Genske’s former outfit, The Legacy Agency, by Gatemore Capital Management. The ensuing maneuvering, including Genske’s firing, have led to various splinter agencies, representatives moving to other firms, and the re-badging of Legacy as GSE Worldwide. It wasn’t exactly an orderly transition. Genske initiated litigation regarding the matter, which is still pending in California.
As always, these latest moves are reflected in MLBTR’s Agency Database.
Now I can sleep tonight
Justin Turner’s beard drives me insane. Get a razor!
and Charlie Blackmon too. Find a barber!
make that two people!
What’s the matter, can’t grow a real beard like them?
Blackmon worst beard in all sports., really ugly.
Someone has no life…
You’re not his type, either.
Beards are good, smooth faces are feminine and snake skin like. Real men respect and honour beards as well as the ability to have an afternoon snack after a soup lunch.