Ken Kendrick is the managing general partner and largest shareholder of the Arizona Diamondbacks baseball team. Kendrick was a member of the group that brought the MLB expansion team to Arizona in 1995. He built a fortune in software and banking, founding Datatel (later renamed Ellucian) and investing in Woodforest National Bank. In 2021, Kendrick joined a group of investors, including Larry Fitzgerald, Kevin Durant and Andy Roddick, that purchased memorabilia authenticator Collectors for $850 million. Kendrick owns one of the world's most valuable baseball card collections, estimated to be worth nine figures; it includes a 1952 Topps Mickey Mantle card. card collections, estimated to be worth nine figures; it includes a 1952 Topps Mickey Mantle card. Kendrick is a prostate cancer survivor and endowed a research position in the space at the Cleveland Clinic. He and his wife Randy live in Paradise Valley, Arizona. He has two children. Forbes estimates his net worth at $1 billion as of April 2023.