Max Moses

Max Myer Moses, born December 9th, 19051 in New York2 , was a minor league baseball executive. Moses was president of the Arkansas Travelers from 1966-1980 and played a prominent role in helping the club begin a long affiliation with the St. Louis Cardinals.


Moses was born in New York but spent most of his childhood and young adulthood in Fort Worth, TX. He became a jeweler and moved to Little Rock circa 1940.

Moses became vice president of the Arkansas Travelers in 1963 and was elected president of the club before the 1966 season. He remained president until his death on October 12th, 1980. He was buried in Agudas Achim Cemetery at Oakland Cemetery in Little Rock and replaced by Bert Parke as president. A plaque in his honor was placed at Ray Winder Field and later moved to Dickey-Stephens Park.

2 1940 U.S. Census