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Miles Wolff seemed woefully out of place when he stepped into a Southern League meeting in 1971 as Savannah’s general manager.

Fresh out of the Navy and in his first civilian job, Wolff was 26 years old, excited and full of ideas. He was also in a room where every other GM seemed to be ready to collect Social Security.

Since he was 12 years old, Wolff had dreamed of running a minor league club. That might not seem like such an odd goal for

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