Chuck has been a successful owner and operator of three minor league baseball franchises. He is currently the Chairman and Managing Partner of the Carolina League's Myrtle Beach Pelicans and the State College Spikes of the New York-Penn League, a Pittsburgh Pirates affiliate and serves on the Minor League Baseball Board of Trustees and as Chairman of Minor League Baseball's newly formed Diversity Committee.
His first experience as a minor league baseball owner was in 2002, when he led a group that purchased the Eastern League's Altoona Curve. During his tenure as that team's President and Managing Partner from 2002-08, the Curve set numerous attendance records, continually re-invested private money into capital improvements at Blair County Ballpark, and gained national stature as one of the most creative and innovative teams in the minor leagues.
In 2006, Chuck led an investor group which acquired the former New Jersey Spikes and relocated that franchise to State College, Pennsylvania. His ownership group purchased the Myrtle Beach franchise in May 2006.
Chuck is also the Founder and Chairman of Greenberg Sports Group (GSG), which provides management, consulting, and marketing services to the sports industry.
Greenberg also is of counsel in the Pittsburgh-based law firm Reed Smith LLP. From 1998 until June 2010, he was a Partner at Pepper Hamilton LLP, where he headed the firm's sports practice and was a member of its Executive Committee.
Chuck received his B.A. from Tufts University in Medford, Massachusetts in 1982 and is a 1985 graduate of the University of Michigan Law School. He and his wife, Jennifer have three sons, Jeff (25), Jack (23), and Ben (21). The family lives in Westlake, Texas.