Harry Marino is a former minor league ballplayer who played a crucial role in successfully organizing over 5,000 minor league players across 150 teams into a union and then joining the Major League Players Association. He has dedicated his career to advocating for the rights of athletes and is currently serving as an Assistant General Counsel at the Major League Baseball Players Association (MLBPA). With prior experience leading an advocacy group for minor league ballplayers, Marino possesses a deep understanding of the unique challenges faced by these athletes. His passion for the sport and expertise positioned him perfectly for his role in leading the organizing efforts and using digital technology to achieve those efforts. Harry led the effort with the MLBPA establishing the historic first collective bargaining agreement for the minor leaguers. Most recently the MLBPA has joined the AFL-CIO, the largest federation of labor organizations in the country. Harry Marino's invaluable contributions and unwavering commitment within the MLBPA continue to empower and protect the rights of athletes. His expertise in labor law and firsthand experience in the world of baseball make him an instrumental advocate in shaping a fair and equitable landscape for players at all levels of the game.