Byrnes officially named GM

Today Jeff Moorad officially welcomed Josh Byrnes as executive vice president/general manager. Byrnes isn’t exactly new to the organization. He was added to Jed Hoyer’s staff last year as senior vice president of baseball operations and helped establish the system that is in place right now. Here is a look at today’s news conference:

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Over his 19 years of front office experience, Byrnes has worked alongside some of the most respected and admired executives in the game, including Cleveland Indians’ President Mark Shapiro and General Manager Chris Antonetti, Texas Rangers’ Senior Advisor and former Major League General Manager John Hart, Red Sox Executive Vice President/General Manager Ben Cherington, Pittsburgh Pirates’ General Manager Neal Huntington, Colorado Rockies Executive Vice President/Chief Baseball Officer & General Manager Dan O’Dowd, Texas Rangers’ General Manager Jon Daniels  and Chicago Cubs’ President of Baseball Operations Theo Esptein.

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They just come for ADRIAN GONZALEZ, all plan before he arrive, now he goes to CHICAGO get another player for BOSTON, LETS BOYCOTTT the padrtes, until they put some money on the team, we are not 2nd class fans

OH GOOD, maybe he’ll realize that you can’t fill seats and get fans interested in paying lots of money when you basically have a Triple A team that trades and sells players like stock options. By the time I develop a liking for a player and buy a new shirt with his name on it…he’s usually gone. NOTE to BYRNES: We would rather have a dependable .500 team than a “shoot for the stars” team that’s dealing their best players to contenders by August!

Josh, what is the target year to win the world series?

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