Boston Red Sox
Jed Hoyer was named Assistant General Manager on January 24, 2006. Prior to his appointment, Jed had served as Co-General Manager since December 12, 2005. As Assistant General Manager, Hoyer assists Executive Vice President/General Manager Theo Epstein in all facets of baseball operations. The 34-year-old joined the Red Sox baseball operations department in 2002 and served as assistant to the general manager during the 2004 and 2005 seasons. He has been actively involved in all aspects of the department’s business, including talent evaluation, contract negotiations and sabermetric analysis.
The Plymouth, NH native is a 1996 graduate of Wesleyan UniversTity, where he played shortstop and pitched for four seasons, helping the Cardinals to the championship game of the Division III World Series in 1994. The school?s single-season and career saves leader, Hoyer later served as an assistant baseball coach at Wesleyan.
Jed is single and resides in Boston.