Bobby Valentine

MLBConnecticut Post

Bobby Valentine talks MLB days, creating the wrap and mayoral candidacy on 'Pardon My Take'

Stamford native Bobby Valentine, former MLB player and manager, appeared on Barstool’s “Pardon My Take” podcast over the weekend. Valentine, the former executive director of athletics for Sacred Heart University and current candidate for mayor of Stamford, spoke to hosts Dan “Big Cat” Katz and PFT Commenter on various topics ranging from his time in the MLB as both a player and manager, on the sport’s recent cheating scandals and how he was the first person to create the wrap.
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NFLRegister Citizen

The Dish: Bobby Valentine hits the links with NFL Alumni for charity

Scene… Bobby Valentine, who is running for mayor of Stamford, took part in the 15th annual NFL Alumni Charity Golf Classic at the Country Club of Darien on June 7. In the last 14 years, the NFL Alumni has supported the good works of the Boys & Girls Clubs in Stamford and Greenwich, The Umbrella Club, Kids in Crisis, the Child Guidance Center, CT Special Olympics, Juvenile Diabetes of CT, and many more. The contributions have totaled more than $1 million.
MLBNew York Post

Listen to Episode 59 of ‘Amazin’ But True’: Walker, Pillar’s Importance to Mets feat. Bobby Valentine

It’s always Happy Harvey Day whenever the Mets take on Matt Harvey. Two starts, 14 runs given up. The ex-Mets Dark Knight has done a lot more falling than rising since he left Queens. The Mets had one of their best offensive outings of the season on Wednesday, propelling them to a 30-24 record. They have officially hit the one-third mark of the season and have a cozy lead atop the NL East. The heart of the team is Superman, aka Kevin Pillar, who has played an important role.
MLBNew Haven Register

Riccio named interim AD at Sacred Heart University as Bobby Valentine takes leave of absence

Judy Ann Riccio has been named the Sacred Heart University Interim Director of Athletics, effective Tuesday, the University announced. “We are fortunate to have Judy Ann, a highly qualified member of the SHU Athletics community who is ready and excited to take on the responsibilities of interim athletic director,” Jim Barquinero, Senior Vice President for Enrollment, Student Affairs and Athletics said in a release. “It became apparent to myself and (President) Dr. (John) Petillo that Judy Ann’s vision, skills and work ethic were benefiting the department in areas far beyond the traditional purview of the SWA.”