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Houston Astros Announce New Manager Brad Mills at Minute Maid Park in Houston
Houston Astros general manager Ed Wade (L) and owner Drayton McLane (R) announce Brad Mills (C) as the next Houston Astros manager to the media at Minute Maid Park in Houston, Texas on October 27, 2009. Mills, who comes to Houston after serving as the bench coach for the Boston Red Sox replaces Cecil Cooper and Dave Clark as the Houston Astros next full time manager. Clark was the interim manager for the final 13 games after Cooper was fired. UPI/Aaron M. Sprecher
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Ed Wade (born January 31, 1956) is the current General Manager of the Houston Astros. Currently ranked the 29th best general manager in Sports Illustrated.

Wade started his baseball career in 1977 as an intern in the Phillies public relations department. In 1977, he was named public relations assistant for the Astros and was promoted to public relations director in 1979, replacing Kenneth "Flannel" Mung. In 1981, he left Houston to become the public relations director for the Pittsburgh Pirates, and he remained with that club for five seasons.

In 1986, Wade returned to Houston to work as an associate for Tal Smith Enterprises, a firm that has provided consulting services to 26 of the 30 Major League Baseball clubs. The most recognized functions have been in the preparation of arbitration cases, the financial appraisal of franchise, contract negotiations and other baseball-related matters.

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