Is Jed Hoyer the Answer in San Diego?

Posted: 25th October 2009 by Devon Teeple in MLB
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The student has surpassed the teacher, so to speak. Thirty-five-year-old Jed Hoyer is to be named the newest general manager for the San Diego Padres, replacing Kevin Towers who has held the position for the past 14 seasons. The Padres were not expected to make a formal announcement over the weekend. Jeff Moorad, the newest Padres chief executive, did inform Towers that he would not be returning for the 2010 season. One big factor that one has to accept, is that San Diego is not Boston. You do not have the luxury and the amenities that the Red Sox have. The Padres are in a weak division, though most people claim the division is strong just like the American League Central. In my opinion, the Los Angeles Dodgers are the class of that division, though the Colorado Rockies and leader Dan OÆD ...

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