There have been no charges made, and there has been no indication that parties have found any wrongdoing on my partBowden quits as GM of Nationals Mar 01, 2009
We are going to get younger the last two months of the season and we are going to continue to develop young players. We want players that are going to hustle, play the game hard and play the game right. We just feel we need to give younger players an opportunity. We are going to do thatNationals dump three veterans Aug 01, 2008
I think he's the best young manager in the gameActa gets contract extended by Washington Sep 28, 2007
I know late in the game, if we're in the ninth inning and (Austin) Kearns is in right, (Nook) Logan's in center and Langerhans is in left, there's not a better defensive outfield in this leagueNationals get Langerhans from Oakland May 03, 2007
Cristian worked extremely hard to attempt to get back without surgeryWashington's Guzman done for 2006 May 06, 2006
James Gordon Bowden IV (born 18 May 1961 in Boston, Massachusetts ) is a former Major League Baseball executive.
Bowden was raised in Weston, Massachusetts. He graduated from Rollins College in 1983. His entry to professional baseball came as an assistant in the Pittsburgh Pirates media relations department in 1985. He was a former college roommate of Squire Galbreath, whose father Dan and grandfather John were the principal owners of the Pirates. General manager Syd Thrift was impressed with Bowden and asked him to join the Pirates' baseball operations department as an administrator. Bowden computerized the Pirates' scouting files, and became a protege to Thrift. He followed Thrift to the New York Yankees, and eventually moved to the Cincinnati Reds as an assistant to the general manager.
His first role as a general manager was with the Cincinnati Reds at age 31 in 1992. When he took this position, he was the youngest general manager in the history of Major League Baseball. He continued with the Reds until being fired in 2003.