Found April 01, 2013 on Low Brow Sports:
Former Boston Red Sox Manager Bobby Valentine still holds a grudge with the Boston media about the way they treated him during his one and done season that ended with a dismal 69-93 record, the team’s worst record since they went 62-100 in 1965, reports Bill Baer of HardballTalk.com. Valentine, Via CBS Boston: “All the Boston [media] ever wanted to do is prove that they were a tougher media than New York,” Valentine said. “And I don’t paint everyone with the same brush — I think some of those guys are absolutely terrific people. And a good group of ‘em are absolute horses asses who are unprofessional, lazy and should not be in the business up here, in my opinion. “I had one guy never talk to me the whole year because he said to me he didn’t like the answer I gave him in spring training,” Valentine continued. “He covered my team the whole year! I think the New York media knows more about baseball and is more professional.” Geesh Bobby, why don’t you tell us how you really feel?
5 Comments:
  • Hey Bobby,STFUFU!
  • Anything derogatory that the Boston media may have said about this arrogant, stupid, obnoxious, sorry piece of shiit is well earned. Valentine needs to go fukk himself. I'm a Yankees fan and I feel it's a disgrace the way this stupid bastarrd handles the Six last season. Go Fukk yourself valentine.
  • What a fukkin hotdog!!Pass the mustard please. Valentine you stink up the ballpark-always have May the fleas of a thousand camels infest your armpits.
  • Media? Your whole team gave up on ya! Media, doesn't win Ballgames!
  • Bobby,you're absolutely right the Boston media are a bunch of amatuers next to the N.Y. press..just like the rag sux are to the Yankees..LMAO
THE BACKYARD
BEST OF MAXIM
RELATED ARTICLES

Bobby Valentine Calls Boston Media ‘Horses Asses’, Says NY Media is Better

The saga of Bobby Valentine vs the Boston media is clearly far from over, even though Bobby V is no longer with the organization. A season removed from the doomed stint with the Red Sox Bobby Valentine seems to have transgressed nicely, he’s since taken up a job as analyst for SNY and athletic director for Sacred Heart University, but his memories from Boston aren’t fully diminished...

Jackie Bradley Jr. Earns Roster Spot As Red Sox Prepare to Open Regular Season (Video)

Those imploring the Red Sox higher-ups to give Jackie Bradley Jr. a shot at the majors have gotten their wish. Bradley will start in left field when the Sox open their 2013 slate Monday morning at Yankee Stadium. The charismatic rookie dominated throughout spring training, finishing with a .419 batting average, and called the opportunity to start the year with the big-league club...

Jose Iglesias Could Create Questions, Give Red Sox Options by Stepping Up in Stephen Drew’s Absence

Don’t look now, but the Red Sox are undefeated. OK, so the Sox probably won’t run the table, but for at least one day, Boston fans can say that they’re fandom once again lies with a winning organization. And although we’re only 0.617 percent through the season after Monday’s Opening Day showdown in the Bronx, there are plenty of reasons for the Red Sox to be encouraged...

Red Sox OF Jackie Bradley Jr makes Opening Day Roster, to start in LF

Jackie Bradley, Jr will start in tomorrow's Opening Day game versus the New York Yankees Congratulations to Jackie Bradley Jr, who was finally told today that he would make the roster as a member of the 2012 Boston Red Sox. As a bonus, the Red Sox will start Bradley in left field tomorrow versus the New York Yankees and left-handed pitcher C.C. Sabathia. Bradley will have...

Exciting Bradley Jr makes Red Sox roster

Dynamic rookie outfielder Jackie Bradley Jr. has made Boston's opening-day roster and will start in Monday's opener against the New York Yankees. Manager John Farrell told Bradley, who turns 23 on April 19, the news on the flight to New York on Saturday night. Taken with the 40th overall pick in the 2011 amateur draft, Bradley batted .419 in spring training with a .507...

Red Sox Recap: vs. NYY (04.01.13)

The atmosphere surround this game may not have been on the same level as the 2004 ALCS but it sure felt like a lot was riding on today's Opening Day game against the Yankees. In reality it probably meant more to us, the fans, then it did to the organization as a whole, but after last year's regrettable and forgettable season today meant a fresh start for our beloved Sox team...

Opening Day catches 1967 and 2013 Boston in NY

If you listen to Ken Coleman in 1967 describe the catch Yastrzemski made on a drive by Tom Tresh on Opening Day in NY in 1967 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1BoD1xEJSX You can hear Coleman describe how the whole Stadium was on their feet cheering for Yastrzemski. The score was only 3-0 and a lead off hit would increase NY’s chance of victory, but Carl Yastrzemski made this diving...

Red Sox invade Yankee Stadium with new faces and higher expectations

  After a very busy offseason, the 2013 MLB season is finally here and the Boston Red Sox are ready to embark on a new chapter under first year manager John Farrell and several new players that will make up part of this team in 2013. Life without manager Bobby Valentine is over and the drama in the clubhouse that was evident last summer has been cleaned up and a new slate has been...

Vote: Where Will the Red Sox Finish This Season in the American League East?

It’s a whole new season, and the Red Sox enter it the same as everybody else: tied for first place, and tied for last. Where they finish this season, however, is anybody’s guess. With new manager John Farrell at the helm, the Red Sox will attempt to rebound from last year’s last-place finish and make their way back into the playoffs for the first time since 2009. Jackie Bradley...

Jon Lester Bends, Doesn’t Break in Encouraging Opening Day Win Over Yankees

It took Jon Lester five starts to notch his first win last season, so the left-hander is already a step ahead of the game. Lester pitched five innings and earned the win in the Red Sox’ 8-2 victory over the Yankees on Monday. He threw 96 pitches (63 strikes), and allowed two runs on five hits and two walks while striking out seven. It was far from a dominant performance by Lester...

Game 1: 3 stars of the game

In the first game of the season the Red Sox have already made it difficult for me to pick the top 3 stars of the game. This column will run after every game. The idea is to pick 3 players from either team, who put in the best performances, just like the 3 stars of the game for hockey. I will be keeping track of who earns the awards and with that will be able to accurately predict...

Tons Of Empty Seats In Yankee Stadium As They Lose 8-2 To Boston On Opening Day

Okay, I am not your typical Yankee hater. I respect the organization for what it is, but sometimes it is kind of funny to see a team of their stature struggle. They have many key players on the DL to start the year on an already aging roster. I do not see big things out of the team from the Bronx this season, and it did not start well on Opening Day, as they lost to the Boston...
Red Sox News
Delivered to your inbox
You'll also receive Yardbarker's daily Top 10, featuring the best sports stories from around the web. Customize your newsletter to get articles on your favorite sports and teams. And the best part? It's free!

Today's Best Stuff
For Bloggers

Join the Yardbarker Network for more promotion, traffic, and money.

Company Info
Help
What is Yardbarker?

Yardbarker is the largest network of sports blogs and pro athlete blogs on the web. This site is the hub of the Yardbarker Network, where our editors and algorithms curate the best sports content from our network and beyond.