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...
On Friday afternoon, a group of well-to-do New Yorkers sat down to lunch at the Waldorf-Astoria to hear former Vice President Dick Cheney, NYPD Commissioner Ray Kelly, TV's Dr. Mehmet Oz, and baseball personality Bobby Valentine give speeches. Donors paid $500/plate for the privilege of hearing these men impart their wisdom. [ more › ]
The brief Bobby Valentine era is one Red Sox fans want to forget as soon as possible. He's currently the AD at Sacred Heart University while new skipper John Farrell and the Red Sox are in the World Series, so that probably helps. But Valentine thinks that if the Red Sox hadn't fired him, he'd have done as well as Farrell. Read more...
Apparently, it was a "sun's out, guns out" day for Mike Napoli and the Boston Red Sox. Just four wins away from a return to the World Series and only a season removed from a last-place finish under Bobby Valentine, the Red Sox don'tShow More Summary
It doesn’t feel like it was that long ago that Bobby Valentine, one of the worst managers in Major League Baseball history according to my own loathing of that man, was preaching that his Boston Red Sox wouldn’t be carrying on Terry Francona’s tradition of players drinking in the clubhouse. Show More Summary
His football team is undefeated at 5-0 and making noise in the college football Championship Subdivision; he has not one but two films out, one of which is making a great deal of noise in the college space itself; and his former team is heading for the postseason again. Show More Summary
Last month, Former Mets manager Bobby Valentine said a bunch of dumb things about how his New York Mets did so much to support New York City in the aftermath of 9/11 while the Yankees sat back and did nothing. We've already demonstrated how flat-out wrong those comments were, and now it appears that they were also damaging to Valentine's career. Read more...
It was rumored earlier this summer that Bobby Valentine would be a part of TBS's MLB Postseason coverage. But when the roster of talent was announced this week, Valentine's name was absent from the list, despite indications that he was going to join the team.. Show More Summary
Bobby Valentine recently recalled his experience helping in New York City after September 11 and committed a few poor career moves in the process. The post Bobby Valentine’s Big Career Mistake: 9/11 Blame Game appeared first on CAREEREALISM.
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On last night's Olbermann, KO named former Mets and Red Sox manager (and ESPN analyst) Bobby Valentine as his Worst Person in the World. Sometimes that moniker carries a tongue and cheek nature, but last night was not one of those occasions. Show More Summary
Yesterday I wrote about Bobby Valentine's meretricious comments about the Yankees' response in the aftermath of 9/11. Last night, Keith Olbermann said mostly what I said, but of course better (here's the video; skip ahead to 3:27 mark...Show More Summary
Yesterday when former New York Mets and Boston Red Sox manager Bobby Valentine used 9/11 to throw shade at the New York Yankees, we hoped and wondered aloud that that’d be the worst of it, and sports wouldn’t act like such a bunch of idiots about a national tragedy. Show More Summary
On Wednesday, Sept. 11, Bobby Valentine made comments on WFAN radio that took shots at the New York Yankees and may have crossed the line at the wrong moment. Twelve years removed from an unspeakable American tragedy, the former New York Mets manager reflected on its aftermath in New York City. Show More Summary
Bobby Valentine just can't help taking shots at the New York Yankees. While talking to WFAN radio on Wednesday, Valentine started discussing the role of baseball after the 9/11 attacks and how it helped restore order to the city of New York. Show More Summary
Let it be said that Bobby Valentine has always had a bit of an inferiority complex when it comes to the New York Yankees. At least that’s how it seemed when he was the manager of the New York Mets from 1996-2002 and again when he joined the Boston Red Sox in the same capacity for that forgettable 2012 season.
Because men like snooping in cell phones, check out today's end-of-day links: Bobby Valentine bashes the Yankees, a black Hasidic man, girls who microwaved cat charged, Marina Abramovic's kickstarter project, and puppy stuck on steps. Don't forget to follow Gothamist on Twitter and like us on Facebook. You can also get the top stories mailed to you—sign up here. [ more › ]
So today's the 12th anniversary of 9/11. Probably you heard about it. You might think there's not really much else to be said about it. Or maybe that's just me. Anyway, somebody had the good sense to get Bobby Valentine on the line. Bobby Valentine, who was managing the Mets a dozen years ago, always had something to say about everything. Show More Summary