P.J. Loyello

  • P.J. Loyello is currently in his 25th season in professional baseball and 16th with the Miami Marlins, having joined the organization in 2002. As Senior Vice President, Communications and Broadcasting, he oversees the Club’s baseball information, business communications, broadcasting, community outreach, foundation and publications departments. In 2013, he formed the Marlins Alumni Association in order to unite former players, coaches, staff and front office personnel to raise money for local charities and to assist in community outreach initiatives that help promote MLB throughout South Florida.
  • As part of his responsibilities, Loyello manages the Marlins Radio Network. He also negotiates the English and Spanish radio contracts and oversees the fulfillment of the team’s television broadcast agreement with Fox Sports Florida.
  • Through the Marlins Foundation and Community Outreach department, the Club is a strong leader in Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR). This is best evidenced in surpassing $7M in philanthropy and over 46,000 hours or service benefitting education, youth baseball and the arts. As a corporate leader in sports and entertainment, he is actively engaged in expanding Marlins CSR initiatives to multiple departments as a model for sports philanthropy. He serves as a Member of the Board of Directors of the Beacon Council in Miami, Boys & Girls Clubs of Broward County and the Young At Art Museum in Fort Lauderdale. He also serves on the Marlins Foundation Board of Directors.
  • Loyello has worked with Major League Baseball as a public relations official for five World Series, three All-Star Games and the 1997 Expansion Draft. He also assisted MLB for the 2009, 2013 and 2017 World Baseball Classic tournaments. In 2017, Marlins Park will become the first MLB venue to host both the World Baseball Classic and the All-Star Game in the same year.
  • Prior to joining the Marlins, Loyello spent seven seasons with the Montreal Expos as Director of Media Relations. During parts of those seven seasons, he also handled aspects of team travel and community relations.
  • Loyello started in professional baseball in 1993 in the International League, where he was the Director of Public Relations for the Ottawa Lynx’s inaugural season. He was then named Director of Baseball Operations in 1994 before joining the Expos in 1995.
  • Loyello holds a Bachelor of Commerce from Concordia University. He enjoys golf and running, and has completed several marathons, including the New York City (2010), Boston (2009) and Miami (2008). He and his wife, Holly, have a daughter, Noelle, and two sons, Jack and Max, and reside in Weston, Fla.