Bobby V is following Terry Francona’s lead by releasing his own book.
Two years ago, Bobby Valentine was on ESPN. Last year, he managed the Boston Red Sox. This upcoming year, he may be … the athletic director of a small New England college?
Former Red Sox manager Bobby Valentine has found a new job.
Dave Goucher and Sean McAdam debate who had the worst year in Boston sports for 2012.
During the Red Sox season 98.5 The Sports Hub’s Rich Shertenleib went to Bobby Valentine’s pregame press conference to ask the manager a question from the listeners. It all seemed fairly harmless, but many writers didn’t care for it. Fast forward to December, T&R contacted Perrault and actually got him to come on the air and explain the things that he said.
David Ortiz called Bobby Valentine “crazy” in regards to the former Boston manager’s comments a few weeks ago that said the Red Sox DH shut things down following Boston’s blockbuster trade in August.
Recently fired Red Sox manager Bobby Valentine sat down with Bob Costas on the NBC Sports Network to discuss things that went on during this poor season. What did the guys think about what Bobby V. had to say?
Gresh and Zo kicked things off at CBS Scene at Gillete Stadium talking about Tuesday night’s interview with Bobby Valentine about his one season with the Red Sox.
John Tomassi of the Boston Herald joined Toucher & Rich to discuss Bobby Valentine’s comments about David Ortiz and thoughts on the job that John Farrell will do as the new Red Sox manager.
Bobby Valentine, at his core, really wants two things. He wants to be loved, and he wants attention.