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Minor League Executive Of The Year

Josh Leventhal -

International League president Randy Mobley likes to joke that he never knows where Norfolk Tides president Ken Young is going to call in from on the road. Young, a man of many hats with a unique background as a team owner, is the veritable "Where's Waldo" of minor league baseball. However, he's no simple face in the crowd, but rather one of the most respected, and busy, operators in the game.

Minors | #2009#Awards#Executive Of The Year

Setting Up Success

Alex Speier -

In six years under general manager Theo Epstein, the Red Sox have enjoyed more on-field success than any team in baseball. Boston has been to the playoffs five times, winning two championships and coming just one win short of reaching two additional World Series. During that time, the primary goal of the Red Sox has been, in Epstein's words, "to build a healthy foundation that could put us in position to have sustained success." By all indications, the Sox have done precisely that.

Majors | #2008#Awards#Executive Of The Year

The Silver Touch

Josh Leventhal -

Naomi Silver swears she was not trying to follow in her father's footsteps. It was only after the Rochester Red Wings' chief operating officer helped save minor league baseball in neighboring Batavia that she realized how the act so closely resembled an achievement of her father some 50 years ago.

Minors | #2008#Awards#Executive Of The Year