Found November 01, 2011 on Pro Sports Daily:
The Chicago Cubs officially introduced Jed Hoyer as their new general manager on Tuesday. Hoyer resigned as the San Diego Padres general manager on Oct. 26 in order to accept the same position with the Cubs. Joining the 37-year-old Hoyer was Jason McLeod, who left San Diego to join Chicago as the team's vice president of scouting and player development."From my first conversation with (Cubs chairman) Tom (Ricketts), it was clear the passion and the dedication to the fan base, how much they want to bring a championship to this city," Hoyer said. "I know the commitment to getting Theo (Epstein), to getting Jason and to getting me wasn't the easiest process of all time. I'm well area of that. I appreciate that hard work." The Cubs will send a player to be named later to San Diego in exchange for Hoyer and McLeod. Hoyer is officially reunited with Epstein, who left the Boston Red Sox to take over as director of baseball operations for the Cubs. As for...

Jed Hoyer and Jason McLeod Press Conference

I believe the press conference is scheduled for 3pm CST, maybe soon. You can allegedly watch a live stream at CSN Chicago. In the meantime, read up on the new scouting director with this very well done Q&A. The rumor mill is rather quiet at the moment, last bit of "news" was that Theo and Jed (sounds like a sitcom title) met with Q-Ball for 7 hours last week...

Cubs Introduce Jed Hoyer, Jason McLeod

Jed Hoyer and Jason McLeod were officially welcomed to Wrigley Field on Tuesday. Newly-minted president of baseball operations Theo Epstein introduced Hoyer as the Cubs new executive vice president and general manager and McLeod as senior vice president of scouting and player development. "In order to have success in this game, the foundation has to be in scouting and player...

Rebuilding Cubs introduce Jed Hoyer as new GM

Jed Hoyer was introduced as the Chicago Cubs new general manager, joining Theo Epstein in a partnership that they hope can bring a World Series championship to a team without one since 1908.

Hoyer introduced as new Cubs GM

The Chicago Cubs introduced Jed Hoyer as their new executive vice president and general manager on Tuesday, filling a key front office vacancy.

Cubs introduce GM Hoyer, scouting boss McLeod

The Chicago Cubs continued their overhaul of the front office on Tuesday when new president of baseball operations introduced Jed Hoyer as general manager and Jason McLeod as senior vice president/scouting and player development.

Cubs introduce Hoyer, McLeod at Wrigley

Jed Hoyer and Jason McLeod joined Theo Epstein in the Cubs' front office as the general manager and scouting and player development director, respectively. The two were formally introduced Tuesday at a news conference at Wrigley Field.

Your Morning Phil: Sandberg, Pujols, Hoyer

Talking baseball while counting down to LSU-Alabama, a football game that means something: 1) Jim Bowden , the former Cincinnati and Washington GM who now works for ESPN and SiriusXM Radio, says it’s bad news for Mike Quade that he didn’t get an endorsement from Jed Hoyer and Theo Epstein at Tuesday’s news conference. Bowden says he has a “hunch’’ that Ryne Sandberg...

Hoyer, McLeod to play key roles for Epstein

News of the arrivals of Jed Hoyer and Jason McLeod to the Chicago Cubs’ front office didn’t make nearly the splash as Theo Epstein’s signing three weeks ago. But if Cubs Chairman Tom Ricketts is right, the three Red Sox refugees will help end a championship drought that’s at 103 years and counting.

Meet the candidates: Who will be the next Cubs manager?

When searching through the forest of candidates for the next Cubs manager, it would be wise to follow the trail of bread crumbs Theo Epstein and Jed Hoyer have left.

Aramis Ramirez Opt Out Good for Cubs

One of Theo Epstein and Jed Hoyer's first decisions leading the Chicago Cubs was picking up the one year option for Aramis Ramirez, the Cubs third baseman for the past nine years. The option was for over $16 million. And thus it was surprising when the Cubs did indeed pick up that option. Fangraphs did peg Ramirez's worth in the field at $16.2 million for his 2011 campaign...

Who will be the next Cubs manager?

When searching through the forest of candidates for the next Cubs manager, it would be wise to follow the trail of bread crumbs Theo Epstein and Jed Hoyer have left.

Cubs: The wonks are running the asylum

Not to belabor the obvious, but when Theo Epstein finally got the band back together — introducing Jed Hoyer as the Cubs' new general manager at Wrigley Field yesterday and Jason McLeod as head of scouting and player development — it was impossible not to be impressed with just how young they all are. Epstein and Hoyer are 37, McLeod 39.… [ Read more...

Latest On Boston's Managerial Search

The Red Sox have already interviewed Phillies bench coach Pete Mackanin and Brewers hitting coach Dale Sveum for their managerial opening and we learned today that Rangers pitching coach Mike Maddux will also interview for the position. Here's the latest on which candidates the Red Sox are considering: The Red Sox will interview Indians bench coach Sandy Alomar Jr., according...
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