From Boomer & Carton
Lou Piniella is a baseball lifer, having both played and managed in the game he loves. He was part of two World Series championship teams with the Yankees (1977 & ’78) and won another World Series in 1990 while managing the Cincinnati Reds.
He resigned/retired as the manager of the Chicago Cubs in 2010 to care for his mother, but the 68-year-old still has his mitts in the game, working as a part-time analyst for Yankees games on the YES Network. He joined Boomer & Craig today to talk about his life in baseball, his never-ending ‘honey-do’ list, why he never considered managing the Mets and the current state of the Yanks…
LISTEN: ‘Sweet’ Lou Piniella Loves What He’s Doin’ (04/27)