Kindness is contagious.
Hall of Fame manager Tommy Lasorda recently got out of the hospital in time to attend Game 3 of the NLCS. He’s at Game 5 tonight, sitting next to Bobby Valentine, who was nice enough to assist him with a stray bit of food. Read more...
Bobby Valentine says he's sick and tired of all the people trying to guilt him into rooting for the Chicago Cubs... telling TMZ Sports he's bleeding DODGER BLUE and he's damn proud of it. The ex-MLB player and manager touched down at LAX on…
Ben Chadourne brings us Faces featuring all the cool kids in Paris: Kevin RODRIGUES, Paul GRUND, Valentin JUTANT, Greg CUADRADO, Manuel SCHENCK, Roman GONZALEZ, Luidgi GAYDU, Bobby WORREST, Hjalte HALBERG, Antoine GASTON, Sean PABLO, Vincent TOUZERY, and NASERE.
Right from the start, there were those who believed in Ichiro Suzuki. And there were those who didn't. Bobby Valentine was a believer. He managed against Ichiro in Japan, and in the fall of 2000, he told people Ichiro was one of the five best players in the world. Randy Johnson was not. Show More Summary
Maybe there’s something in the juice in the locker rooms, but professional athletes seem to love putting on disguises and adopting alter egos. Think about it: Bobby Valentine and his mustache, Kyrie Irving and Uncle Drew, Chris and Cliff Paul, Deion Sanders and Leon Sandcastle … the list goes on and on. We’ve seen legendary […]
The Martin Scorsese/Mick Jagger-produced, Terence Winter-created Vinyl, which premieres on HBO on February 14 (Valentine’s Day, for all you lover-types), is one of the year’s mostly hotly anticipated new shows. Emmy-winner Bobby Cannavale (Boardwalk Empire) stars as the cocaine-huffing record exec Richie, who’s struggling to relaunch his New York-based label... More »
Vinyl — HBO’s highly anticipated sex-drugs-and-rock-and-roll drama from Martin Scorsese, Mick Jagger, and Terence Winter — doesn’t drop till Valentine's Day. But we sampled the 1970s music-biz saga, starring Bobby Cannavale as a coked-up record exec trying to get his company back in the groove, via recently released trailers that... More »
Bobby & The Samurai, The Pale Moonlight, Sector Zero 4, Singularity, Valentine Surprise Read the full article on AICN Hello ladies and gentlemen, Muldoon here with this week's selection of fun films I think you folks will enjoy. My goal...Show More Summary
The ex-big league manager said recently he thinks performance-enhancing drug use will eventually become a commonly accepted practice among professional athletes.
Former Major League Baseball manager Bobby Valentine has a different take on performance-enhancing drug use in sports, stating he thinks they could be a good thing. During an appearance on SI Now with Maggie Gray, Valentine said that...Show More Summary
It's been 16 years since Bobby Valentine wore a ridiculous disguise in the dugout after getting ejected. We caught up with some of the Mets players from the game to get their thoughts.
At a special Valentine’s Day screening of The Bodyguard in L.A., Jonathan Houston opened up about the late Whitney Houston and her hospitalized daughter, Bobbi Kristina.
Plus, a slider face-off in Los Angeles featuring two NYC chefs. ADVENTURES IN SHILLING— José Andrés, Traci des Jardins, Michael Tusk, and Bobby Flay are among the 21 chefs participating in this year's Valentine's-timed Constellation Chocolate Collection, an annual confection designed to raise money for the James Beard Foundation. Show More Summary
It matters because it’s one step closer to having a better record (even if it’s by one stinking game) than the Bobby Valentine Debacle of 2012… It matters because the Sox have won far too few series, scored far too few runs, and did far too FEW of a lot of things in the 2014 […]
“Don’t Flush Our Rights Down the Toilet” is a catchy music video about net neutrality by Bobby Jo Valentine that features dozens of moving toilets. The gist of the song is that the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) shouldn’t “flush our rights away” by ending net neutrality. Valentine created the song as part of a campaign […]
In keeping with their tradition of heartfelt ceremonies on Sept. 11 — the aftermath of which Bobby Valentine’s Mets were deeply involved in — the team will recognize a man who lost his son in the terrorist attacks.
The Boston Red Sox were a mess before the 2013 year began, yet they'll enter MLB's Opening Day harnessing grand hopes of defending their championship. They finished the 2012 season in last place at 69-93, earning Bobby Valentine a quick boot as manager. Show More Summary
We're used to the Boston Red Sox being noisy. Shoot, between their collapse at the end of 2011, the Bobby Valentine Experience, their roster overhaul and their redemptive World Series-winning season in 2013, they spent a good two years hogging headlines. But suddenly, you can hear pins drop wherever the Red Sox are. Show More Summary
Former MLB manager and current NBC baseball analyst Bobby Valentine opened up to WFAN today, expressing exasperation at Mike Piazza's Hall of Fame denial and suggesting that he suspected at least one player of steroid use as early as the 1980's. Read more...