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Plugged In: Kenny Kendrena, Edge Inc.

Published in SportsBusiness Journal on 08 / 21 / 17

Kenny Kendrena’s dreams of being a major league player didn’t work out after he reached as high as the Class AA minor league level in the 1990s for the Florida and Montreal organizations. But after a long stint as a high school teacher and baseball coach, Kendrena is still making an imp...

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