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List of Boston Red Sox owners and executives

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

This page is a list of the owners and executives of the Boston Red Sox.

The Boston Red Sox are an American professional baseball team based in Boston, Massachusetts. The Red Sox compete in Major League Baseball (MLB) as a member club of the American League (AL) East division. They have been a member of the American League since its inaugural season of 1901, playing their first seven seasons as the Boston Americans.

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Owners

Majority owners

Name Years
Charles Somers 1901–1903
Henry Killilea 1903–1904
John I. Taylor April 19, 1904–September 1911
John I. Taylor & Jimmy McAleer September 1911–December 21, 1913
John I. Taylor & Joseph Lannin December 21, 1913–May 15, 1914
Joseph Lannin May 15, 1914–November 2, 1916
Harry Frazee November 2, 1916–August 2, 1923
Bob Quinn August 2, 1923–February 25, 1933
Tom Yawkey February 25, 1933–July 9, 1976
Jean R. Yawkey (with Buddy LeRoux and Haywood Sullivan)† July 9, 1976–February 26, 1992
JRY Trust (John Harrington, CEO) February 26, 1992–December 20, 2001
New England Sports Ventures / Fenway Sports Group (John W. Henry, majority owner) December 20, 2001–present

† During the ownership tenure of Mrs. Jean R. Yawkey, Haywood Sullivan and Buddy LeRoux became general partners.[1] A purchase of the team from the estate of Tom Yawkey was approved by the league in May 1978, resulting in each of Mrs. Yawkey, Sullivan, and LeRoux having a one-third controlling interest in the team as general partners.[2] This stood until March 1987, when Yawkey bought out LeRoux, following a failed attempt by LeRoux to take control of the team.[3] Mrs. Yawkey's majority ownership of the team passed upon her death in February 1992 to JRY Trust, which later bought out Sullivan in November 1993.[4]

Minority owners

Executives

Team presidents

Charles Somers, first team president
Name Years Notes
Charles Somers 1901–1903 Concurrent with ownership
Henry Killilea 1903–1904 Concurrent with ownership
John I. Taylor 1904–1911 Concurrent with sole ownership
Jimmy McAleer 1911–1913 Concurrent with part ownership
Joseph Lannin 1913–1916 Concurrent with part then sole ownership
Harry Frazee 1916–1923 Concurrent with ownership
Bob Quinn 1923–1933 Concurrent with ownership
Tom Yawkey 1933–1976 Concurrent with ownership
Jean R. Yawkey 1976–1987  
John Harrington 1987–2001 First non-owner to serve as president
Larry Lucchino 2002–2015 Served through end of 2015 season
Sam Kennedy 2015–present Began tenure after 2015 season

Source: [5]

Heads of baseball operations

The team has used different titles for the person superior to a general manager.

Name Years Title
Dave Dombrowski 2015–2019 President of Baseball Operations
Chaim Bloom 2020–2023 Chief Baseball Officer
Brian O'Halloran 2023–present Executive Vice President of Baseball Operations
Craig Breslow Chief Baseball Officer

Source: [5]

General Managers

Theo Epstein, general manager when the team won the 2004 World Series
Name Start date End date Ref.
Eddie Collins February 25, 1933 September 29, 1947 [6]
Joe Cronin September 29, 1947 January 15, 1959 [7]
Bucky Harris January 15, 1959 September 27, 1960 [8][9]
none September 27, 1960 October 6, 1962 [a]
Pinky Higgins October 6, 1962 September 16, 1965 [10][11]
Dick O'Connell September 16, 1965 October 24, 1977 [12]
Haywood Sullivan October 24, 1977 June 5, 1984 [13]
Lou Gorman June 5, 1984 November 9, 1993 [14]
Lou Gorman (acting) November 9, 1993 January 27, 1994
Dan Duquette January 27, 1994 February 28, 2002 [15][16]
Mike Port (acting) February 28, 2002 November 25, 2002 [17][18]
Theo Epstein November 25, 2002 October 31, 2005 [b]
none October 31, 2005 December 12, 2005
Ben Cherington & Jed Hoyer December 12, 2005 January 25, 2006 [19]
Theo Epstein January 25, 2006 October 21, 2011 [20]
none October 21, 2011 October 25, 2011
Ben Cherington October 25, 2011 August 18, 2015 [21]
none August 18, 2015 September 24, 2015
Mike Hazen September 24, 2015 October 16, 2016 [22][23]
none October 16, 2016 October 2019 [c][24]
Brian O'Halloran October 2019 September 2023 [25][26]

Other executives

Notes

  1. ^ From September 27, 1960 to October 6, 1962, the duties usually held by a general manager were split between executive vice president Dick O'Connell, manager Pinky Higgins, and scouting director Neil Mahoney.
  2. ^ Theo Epstein briefly left the team during the 2005–06 offseason; the general manager position was initially vacant, then was jointly filled by Ben Cherington and Jed Hoyer until Epstein's return.
  3. ^ After Mike Hazen left the team in October 2016, president of baseball operations Dave Dombrowski was the de facto general manager, although he did not formally hold the title. The general manager position remained vacant until filled by Brian O'Halloran in October 2019.

References

  1. ^ "Red Sox Ownership History" (PDF). Boston Red Sox Media Guide. Boston Red Sox. 2020. p. 19. Archived from the original (PDF) on June 22, 2020. Retrieved October 24, 2022 – via Wayback Machine.
  2. ^ Gammons, Peter (May 24, 1978). "Sox owners eye 6000 new seats". The Boston Globe. p. 47. Retrieved October 25, 2022 – via newspapers.com.
  3. ^ "LeRoux sells his share of Red Sox". The Boston Globe. March 31, 1987. p. 1. Retrieved October 24, 2022 – via newspapers.com.
  4. ^ Cafardo, Nick (November 28, 1993). "Deal worth more money?". The Boston Globe. p. 50. Retrieved October 24, 2022 – via newspapers.com.
  5. ^ a b "Club Executives" (PDF). Boston Red Sox Media Guide. Boston Red Sox. 2020. pp. 23–24. Archived from the original (PDF) on June 22, 2020. Retrieved September 21, 2020 – via Wayback Machine.
  6. ^ "Eddie Collins Buys Red Sox". The Delmarva Star. February 26, 1933. Retrieved 3 August 2011.
  7. ^ Reichler, Joe (September 30, 1947). "Joe McCarthy Takes Over as Red Sox Pilot". Associated Press. Retrieved 3 August 2011.
  8. ^ "Bucky Harris Takes Over As Boston General Manager". Associated Press. January 16, 1959. Retrieved 3 August 2011.
  9. ^ "Red Sox Fire Bucky Harris". Associated Press. September 28, 1960. Retrieved 3 August 2011.
  10. ^ "Johnny Pesky New Boston Red Sox Manager". Associated Press. October 8, 1962. Retrieved 3 August 2011.
  11. ^ "Red Sox Ax Pinky Higgins". Associated Press. September 17, 1965. Retrieved 3 August 2011.
  12. ^ "Bosox Dismiss Three Officials". Associated Press. October 24, 1977. Retrieved 3 August 2011.
  13. ^ "Red Sox reorganize their front office". The Associated Press. June 6, 1984. Retrieved 3 August 2011.
  14. ^ "Red Sox Kick Gorman Upstairs". Associated Press. November 10, 1993. Retrieved 3 August 2011.
  15. ^ "Names in Sports". Wilmington Morning Star. January 28, 1994. Retrieved 3 August 2011.
  16. ^ Hohler, Bob (March 1, 2002). "Red Sox remove Duquette as GM". The Boston Globe. pp. A1 & E6.
  17. ^ Edes, Gordon (March 1, 2002). "New GM Port Comes Highly Recommended". The Boston Globe. pp. E6.
  18. ^ "Red Sox Young GM Faces Key Decisions". Lewiston Sun-Journal. Associated Press. November 26, 2002. pp. C1 & C4.
  19. ^ "Red Sox name Ben Cherington and Jed Hoyer co-general managers in internal restructuring". Redsox.com. MLB Advanced Media, L.P. Retrieved 3 August 2011.
  20. ^ Abraham, Peter (October 22, 2011). "Epstein leaves for Cubs". The Boston Globe. Retrieved 22 October 2011.
  21. ^ Lauber, Scott (October 25, 2011). "Ben Cherington takes reins". Boston Herald. Retrieved 27 October 2011.
  22. ^ Cafardo, Nick (September 25, 2015). "Hazen named Sox GM". The Boston Globe. pp. D1 & D3.
  23. ^ Alex, Speier (October 17, 2016). "GM Hazen leaves for Diamondbacks". The Boston Globe. pp. C9.
  24. ^ Lauber, Scott (October 25, 2016). "Dave Dombrowski: Red Sox won't hire a general manager". ESPN.
  25. ^ Mastrodonato, Jason (October 28, 2019). "Red Sox name Brian O'Halloran GM under Chaim Bloom". Boston Herald.
  26. ^ Smith, Christopher (September 14, 2023). "Is Red Sox GM out in addition to Chaim Bloom? Sam Kennedy answers". masslive.com. Retrieved September 15, 2023.

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