Hunter Horenstein

Hunter is 2014 graduate from Dominican University of California (San Rafael) with a Bachelor of Arts in Communications and Media Studies, with an emphasis in Sports Communcations.

Hunter has experience in audio/video production and editing, as well as field broadcast for both radio and television. In addition, Hunter has written a number of articles for The Habit, Dominican's student-run newspaper, and DominicanAthletics.com when he covered women's volleyball in 2012. In his four years at Dominican, Hunter also called play-by-play for Dominican's NCAA Division II athletic teams (women's volleyball, men's and women's soccer, and men's and women's basketball).

In 2011, Hunter was a producer/engineer intern for FOX News Radio, producing and editing live shows.

In 2012, Hunter joined the independent, minor league San Rafael Pacifics Professional Baseball Club, serving as the Community Affairs Manager. During the team's inagural season, Hunter successfully lauched relationships with the surrounding businesses and charity organizations. In 2012 he also wrote a number of game articles and player features for the team's website.

In 2013, Hunter was named Public and Media Relations Manager, overseeing team media and PR operations. Hunter managed the team's website, produced written and visual content, acted as the director of social media, and broadcasted for the Pacifics. Later that season, Hunter was appointed traveling secretary. His responsibilties included managing team travel logistics, while accompaning the team on the road.

In January of 2014, Hunter was named the Assistant General Manager of the Sonoma Stompers Professional Baseball Club. Using his experience in launching minor league baseball in San Rafael, Hunter helped bring professional baseball back to Sonoma County for the first time since 2002.

His duties included overseeing media and public relations, assisting baseball operations (player procurement, contracts, and transactions), community affairs, sponsorship sales, and ticketing.

A dog lover and travel enthusiast, Hunter is on a mission to visit all 30 MLB ballparks. He currently resides in Long Beach, CA.