joe torre

Torre Enshrined in Cooperstown
After four World Series titles with the New York Yankees, Brooklyn native Joe Torre solidified his place in baseball history with his induction into the Baseball Hall of Fame on Sunday afternoon in Cooperstown.
Torre, who had originally planned to speak for only 10 minutes, stretched it out into a 28…
Don Zimmer Dies at 83
Baseball legend Don Zimmer passed away Wednesday night at 83-years old in Dunedin, Fla.
Zimmer played in the majors from 1954-65 with the Brooklyn and Los Angeles Dodgers, Cubs, Mets, Reds and Senators. He then embarked on a coaching career that saw him manage four teams and become Joe Torre's r…
Torre to the Hall
On Monday morning, it became official that long-time New York Yankees manager Joe Torre had been unanimously elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame.
It's a well deserving honor as Tony La Russa and Bobby Cox will join Torre in this summer's class...
Dodgers-Yankees Preview
The Dodgers enter Yankee Stadium for a two-game set with the Yanks.  The storylines with this mini-series are endless.  The 1950's World Series battles when both clubs were in New York, Don Mattingly returning to the Bronx and a kid named Yasiel Puig.  Here is a series preview:
Former Yankee Jeff Nelson Talks With The Team
Former Yankee and four-time World Series champion Jeff Nelson, now with Sirius XM Radio, recently joined Mike Lindsley on 104.5 The Team ESPN Radio to talk about today's game, his Yankee years during the Joe Torre era and the development of the bullpen the last two decades...
Joe Torre Wants To Own The Los Angeles Dodgers
After spending less than a full year working at the MLB Offices in New York City, former MLB manager Joe Torre has decided he would rather work for himself than for MLB Commissioner Bud Selig. Earlier today, Torre announced that he is stepping down from his post as Executive Vice President of B…
New York Yankees Old Timers’ Day
One of my favorite traditions in sports was renewed today.  It was the 65th annual Old Timers' Day at Yankee Stadium - a day when a team with tradition like no other honors their past greats in a style no other could match.