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Charles Steinberg

VP, public affairs, Boston Red Sox

Steinberg, who served the Orioles as team dentist in addition to his front-office duties, leaves an impressive legacy in Boston, where he oversaw the team's public and community, electronic and live entertainment, television and video production, and advertising and customer service. He created the Fenway Ambassadors program, was the guiding force behind the team's grandest ceremonies, like the World Series rings presentation in 2005 and the Tribute to Ted Williams, and was the innovator behind such popular occasions as the Father's Day catch at Fenway. He also created the Red Sox scholars program and other notable social outreach programs.