Baseball's Under-Thirty Executives

They may be young, but they're good. Four other members of the new cohort of MLB executives.

Josh Byrnes| 37, Arizona Diamondbacks
Under Byrnes, who played first base at Division III Haverford, the Diamondbacks rebuilt in 2006 and made the playoffs in 2007.

Theo Epstein | 34, Boston Red Sox
Until Daniels, Epstein was MLB's youngest-ever GM. He's also the new generation's ace. In his six-year tenure, Boston has won two World Series.

Andrew Friedman | 31, Tampa Bay Rays
The ex -- Bear Stearns analyst and third-year GM is getting good returns on his investments in young players. Tampa Bay is having its best-ever year.

Neal Huntington | 39, Pittsburgh Pirates
"I'm here to change things," Huntington says. In year one, he has hired a manager, replaced most of the front office, and upgraded farm-team facilities.

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