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October 26, 2009 at 7:19 PM

Sox front office takes shape following Hoyer departure


Jed Hoyer, former assistant general manager for the Boston Red Sox, was officially named general manager of the San Diego Padres today. Following Hoyer's departure, there was a minor re-shuffling of the Red Sox front office. In a press release, the team announced that Senior VP/Assistant General Manager Ben Cherington will transition from his role overseeing scouting and player development to focus more on major league roster construction, professional player evaluation, and contract negotiations. Farm Director Mike Hazen and Amateur Scouting Director Jason McLeod, who previously reported to Cherington, will now report directly to general manager Theo Epstein. The Red Sox did not announce any replacement for the departing Hoyer.

 
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