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Jeremy A. Kapstein

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Email: j***@***.com

Employment History

  • Special Assistant To the Chief Executive Officer and President
    Boston Red Sox
  • Chief Executive Officer
    San Diego Padres
  • General Manager
    Red Sox
  • Senior Adviser
    Red Sox
  • Senior Adviser for Baseball Projects
    Red Sox
  • Boston Redsox
  • Chief Executive Officer
  • Senior Baseball Consultant
  • Senior Director of Baseball Operations

Board Memberships and Affiliations

  • Senior Advisor and Baseball Projects
    Boston Red Sox


  • Boston College Law School
  • Harvard
130 Total References
Web References
Incumbent Elizabeth Roberts and Jeremy ..., 27 Aug 2010 [cached]
Incumbent Elizabeth Roberts and Jeremy Kapstein tackle the issues in this 30-minute debate. Roberts, of Cranston, is the first female Lt. Governor in Rhode Island history and a former 10 year member of the state senate. Mr. Kapstein of Providence, is a senior adviser for the Boston Red Sox; this is his first run at a political office.
Rhode Island Reds Heritage Society Home, 21 Jan 2010 [cached]
Guest speaker at dinner will be Jeremy Kapstein, who for the last nine years has been Senior Advisor for the Boston Red Sox. Previously he served as CEO for the San Diego Padres. For local sports fans he can be remembered as statistical analyst for the late Chris Clark's PC basketball broadcasts from 1958-1968
OurSports Central - Independent and Minor League Sports News from OSC, 5 Mar 2004 [cached]
Jeremy Kapstein, Special Assistant to the CEO & President of the Boston Red Sox, will serve as the featured guest speaker.Kapstein, a Rhode Island native, joined the Red Sox in July of 2002 when he was named Senior Adviser to President and CEO Larry Lucchino.Jeremy has done sports on TV-12 and radio work for Providence College basketball games (1960's), was in the booth for Monday Night Football (1970's), and represented athletes in contract negotiations from 1973-89.He was the CEO of the San Diego Padres from 1989-90 and the Senior Director of Baseball Operations for the Padres from 1997-2001.Also, since 1990 he has been the founder and director of an outreach program for the homeless in the San Diego area.
Jeremy Kapstein, a senior ..., 20 Nov 2014 [cached]
Jeremy Kapstein, a senior adviser for the Red Sox, made a surprise visit to the event and addressed the baseball fans in the room, thanking them for their support of the Old Towne Team, which had a last-place finish in 2014, one season after winning the World Series. "We're working hard to make sure 2015 is going to be a great year," said Kapstein, who kept his cards close to the vest in declining to answer a fan's question as to whether the Red Sox will sign pitcher Jon Lester and free agent third-baseman Pablo Sandoval.
Down With Dunbah, 1 Dec 2005 [cached]
Well, by now, even casual(?) Red Sox fans know the name Jeremy Kapstein.His name came up when Theo's job became available, and in the ensuing craziness, he seems to have taken over the top spot for the job in many people's minds.
This is a critical moment.For this blog.
If Kapstein, aka the "former" Drinkwater, becomes the GM of the Red Sox, he will lose the cult status he gained here, and probably in the minds of a lot of fans who have followed his progress behind home plate on TV.
But the weird thing is, I feel like with just the media attention he's gained already, he may have lost it anyway.
Because, should the team go in another direction GM-wise, next year, people will see him behind the plate and say "Hey, isn't that that guy that was gonna be GM?"Anyone who didn't notice him before (what the hell were they doing, watching the game??) will now realize that it's him.His face being so prominent now will make him a huge star next year, even if he doesn't get the GM job.
So, Kapstein, in my mind, already has his hit, with this current publicity.The only question is, Will he end up the "voice of a generation," or a "one-hit wonder"?
Either way, everyone will know Kapstein after all this.There's no turning back.
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