Front Office


Jose Oglesby - Owner

Jose is a lifelong baseball fan who grew up in Colombia and the Panama Canal Zone listening from far away to MLB radio broadcasts. After coming to the United States, he got the chance to attend hundreds of major and minor league games in person over the years.

He is married to Lauren Feaux, a former software engineer, current special education paraprofessional and special education advocate. They are the parents of Jesse, a student in the Excel program at Georgia Tech, and Roxanne, a freshman at Harvey Mudd College. He has learned a lot from Jesse and Roxanne about following your dreams and persevering. Through Jesse, he became involved in Special Olympics as a soccer coach and volunteer.

He also has an interest in baseball statistics and their use to improve team performance. After a long career in software engineering including 26 years at Microsoft, he is realizing a lifelong dream by operating the AppleSox franchise. His goal is to continue the team’s tradition of excellence on the field, customer service, and community involvement.

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Ken Osborne - General Manager & Chief Operating Officer

Ken has been with the the AppleSox since 2006 and became a part owner of the team in 2008. With the sale of the AppleSox in 2018, he was promoted from Assistant General Manager to General Manager and Chief Operating Officer of the organization. He also serves on the Wenatchee Valley Sports Advisory Group board of directors and volunteers with Mobile Meals of Wenatchee. He was raised in Coulee City and attended Wenatchee Valley College.

Before joining the AppleSox, he spent seven years as the superintendent of the Sun Lakes Golf Course & Resort. Prior to that, he worked at Mission Ridge. He lives in Waterville with his wife and two children. 

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Allie Schank - Assistant General Manager

Allie just wrapped up her second year with the AppleSox and is a May 2018 graduate of the University of Georgia, where she majored in marketing and minored in sports management and consumer economics. While in school, she worked with the athletic department for three years in ticket sales and student-athlete tutoring services. Allie also was a special-events planner for her sorority, Delta Phi Epsilon, for two years and now similarly has planned events for the AppleSox, such as the new Sponsor Appreciation Event. She also served as a marketing intern for the University of Georgia Athletic Association, Sleep and Sinuses Centers of Georgia and the 1947 Waterside Venue. In all of these positions, she primarily handled event planning and digital marketing through social media.

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Joel Norman - Radio Broadcaster/Director of Communications

Joel just completed his second year with the AppleSox and is a May 2018 graduate of West Virginia University. Most recently he has served as a communications intern for the Pittsburgh Penguins Radio Network, while also holding positions as a beat writer for the Daily Athenaeum, sports broadcaster and baseball producer for WWVU FM in Morgantown, technical assistant for the WVU IMG Sports Network, and sports reporter for Pirates Breakdown. Norman’s previous baseball experience include stints with the Butler Blue Sox and he also worked in soccer as an intern with the Pittsburgh Riverhounds of the USL, writing features and match recaps for their website and gameday programs. He also served as a hockey play-by-play broadcaster at WVU for two seasons. In the offseason, Joel broadcasts various high school sports including Brewster football for KOZI FM, Chelan basketball for KOZI AM, and Wenatchee and Eastmont baseball for the NCWLIFE Channel.

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