George M. Brophy (September 15, 1926 – November 20, 1998) was an American professional baseball executive who served as farm system director for the Minnesota Twins of Major League Baseball for over 15 seasons.
- REDIRECT Template:Baseball year season due to the relocation of the then-Washington Senators to the Twin Cities as the Minnesota Twins. Brophy then joined the Twins as assistant director of farm clubs. After the death of Sherry Robertson, his boss, in 1970, Brophy was named to succeed him as Twins' vice president and farm director. Brophy stayed in this position until 1985, when he retired due to health problems and was succeeded by longtime deputy Jim Rantz. Following his retirement, Brophy served as a special assignment scout for the Houston Astros until 1996.
In 1984, he was named the Topps' Long Meritorious Service Award winner.
In 2009, Brophy was elected to the Twins' Hall of Fame.
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