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How much say should a manager have in picking his staff? Boston's Bobby Valentine gives his take inside, referencing some shared advice from the late, legendary Dallas Cowboys Coach Tom LandryâŚ
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As if you haven't heard yet, Bobby Valentine can do it all. Yes, Red Sox Nation, your new skipper is not only a great baseball mind, he's a Jack of all trades away from the ball field. Don't believe me? Check out the video below of Japanese music group Deen, which asked Bobby V. to appear in their video for "Diamond." He makes his first appearance around the...
I didn't know a whole lot about Bobby V., so when I read on ESPN that he said, "I hate the Yankees," I thought that he's going to be media darling, but can he manage? So I checked in with a long-time Mets fan friend of mine, and this is what he had to say about Bobby V.:
I am not a Bobby Valentine fan. Â He came up short with the under achieving Mets of...
Bobby Valentine has hardly had a chance to sit down since becoming manager of the Red Sox. And when he has, it's been in front of reporters. Valentine spoke before the media once again on Wednesday, and he discussed a number of issues, including the team's plans in terms of the rest of the coaching staff. The Sox need to hire a bench coach, a third-base coach and a pitching...
Joe Girardi had said Bobby Valentine would add some spunk to the Yankees-Red Sox rivalry, and Valentine quickly proved him right.
Bobby Valentine is going to go with his own guy as bench coach meaning there is no room on the Red Sox bench for DeMarlo Hale.Â Many current and former players were lobbying for Hale to be a candidate for the manager job but since he was part of the leadership when the team collapsed he was not given a shot.Â Hale has already been offered a job as the AAA manager for the Orioles...
2011 Winter Meetings-- As new skipper of the Boston Red Sox, one of the items atop Bobby Valentine's To-Do list is getting his coaching staff in order. He confirms three members of last year's staff will be returning, while updating us on the search process...
Even five minutes before new Red Sox manager Bobby Valentine started his roundtable interview at the Winter Meetings, there were layers of reporters crowding the area surrounding his seat. Not long after, Valentine proved worthy of such an audience.
New Red Sox manager Bobby Valentine says he hates the Yankeess.
Joe Girardi and Bobby Valentine exchanged pleasantries and chatted for a minute before Valentine put his arm around Girardi at the winter meetings Wednesday. âIâve always loved you, Joe,â Valentine said. âBut I hate you now.â
It didn't take long for Bobby Valentine to start to stir it up as new manager of the Boston Red Sox. Speaking Wednesday at the winter meetings, the former New York Mets skipper was asked whether he would talk about his rivalry with the New York Yankees. "No, I hate the Yankees. I don't want to waste this valuable time talking about the Yankees.
In one of the stranger sights this offseason, new Boston Red Sox manager Bobby Valentine and former manager Terry Francona got to together on the Baseball Tonight set on Tuesday night to talk with Karl Ravech.
Valentine replaced Tito as the Red Sox skipper with Tito replacing Bobby V. on ESPN Sunday Night Baseball and Baseball Tonight.
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Bobby Valentine was sitting in a library in Tokyo Nov. 29 when he got the call that the Red Sox wanted him as their next manager.
2011 Winter Meetings-- Carl Crawford spent last season bouncing around the batting order. How much would Manager Bobby Valentine like to see him settle into one spot this year? He answers inside, while also giving thoughts on where he sees Pedroia, Ellsbury, and othersâŚ
DALLAS - Bobby Valentine officially had his Rex Ryan moment yesterday. We can only hope it impacts Red Sox-Yankees...