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List of Boston Red Sox owners and executives

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List of Boston Red Sox owners and executives


Majority owners

Minority owners


Team presidents

  • 1901—1903: Charles Somers
  • 1903—1904: Henry Killilea
  • 1904—1911: John I. Taylor
  • 1911—1913: Jimmy McAleer
  • 1913—1916: Joseph Lannin
  • 1916—1923: Harry Frazee
  • 1923—1933: Bob Quinn
  • 1933—1976: Tom Yawkey
  • 1976—1987: Jean R. Yawkey
  • 1987—2001: John Harrington
  • 2001—2015: Larry Lucchino
  • 2015—present: Sam Kennedy

President of baseball operations

General Managers

Other executives


1.^ From September 27, 1960 to October 6, 1962, the duties usually held by a General Manager were split between Executive Vice President Dick O'Connell, Manager Pinky Higgins, and scouting director Neil Mahoney.[4]


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External links

  • Baseball America: Executive Database
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