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THEO BEGAT JOSH WHO BEGAT JED ...
JOE SHEEHAN
November 07, 2011
Theo Epstein's departure from the Red Sox to become the Cubs' president of baseball operations was the genesis of a front-office exodus throughout the country: It created G.M. openings in Boston and San Diego and caused a migration to Chicago of lieutenants who helped Epstein build the Red Sox' 2004 and '07 championship teams. A network of Epstein protégés has now spread throughout the game.
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November 07, 2011

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Theo Epstein's departure from the Red Sox to become the Cubs' president of baseball operations was the genesis of a front-office exodus throughout the country: It created G.M. openings in Boston and San Diego and caused a migration to Chicago of lieutenants who helped Epstein build the Red Sox' 2004 and '07 championship teams. A network of Epstein protégés has now spread throughout the game.

JED HOYER

Under Epstein: Red Sox assistant G.M., 2005--09

Now: Cubs G.M.

JASON MCLEOD

Under Epstein: Red Sox director of amateur scouting, 2005--09

Now: Cubs senior VP, scouting and player development

BEN CHERINGTON

Under Epstein: most recently Red Sox assistant G.M., 2009--11

Now: Red Sox G.M.

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