Joe Torre


Joe Torre partners with designer to help domestic violence survivors

NEW YORK -- It's estimated that nearly 10 million people a year are affected by domestic violence. Baseball great Joe Torre has been open about his own story of a troubled childhood, and how it ultimately led him to help thousands of others. Now, he's partnering with another survivor, who is also making a difference."Margaret's Place is a safe room, and Margaret was my mom's name," Torre told CBS2. "She was the one that really took the brunt of all the abuse in the house."As a baseball player and manager, Torre experienced the highest highs of a most distinguished career. But...

Yogi Berra Documentary ‘It Ain’t Over’ Wraps With Billy Crystal, Bob Costas, Derek Jeter, Joe Torre Among Talking Heads; Cinetic Boards Sales

Click here to read the full article. EXCLUSIVE: Cinetic Media has boarded sales on Yogi Berra documentary It Ain’t Over, which has wrapped production and is aiming for a festival premiere this year. The film about the baseball icon features interviews with Billy Crystal, Bob Costas, Derek Jeter and Joe Torre alongside other baseball players, historians and broadcasters. The feature follows the life and heralded career of baseball Hall of Famer, Berra. The iconic New York Yankee is considered by many to be the greatest catcher to ever play the game, winning ten World Series Championships, three MVP awards, and appearing in 18 All-Star...
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Joe Torre recalls strife for him and the Cardinals from the '94 work stoppage

The last time there was a labor stoppage in baseball, two airplanes carrying St. Louis Cardinals personnel were both gearing up on the tarmac to leave a Miami airport after the Cardinals had finished off a 8-6, rain-shortened victory over the then Florida Marlins, just before a baseball strike would be called at midnight on Aug. 11, 1994.

Yankees legend Joe Torre on Aaron Boone: ‘He knows what he’s doing’

NEW YORK -- Joe Torre managed his fair share of big postseason games with the Yankees, especially against the Boston Red Sox. The former Bronx skipper was in attendance on Tuesday night when current manager Aaron Boone and the Yankees failed to add another winning October chapter against the Red Sox, losing in the American League Wild Card Game to end their 2021 season.