Filmmaker & Podcast Host Andrew Jenks Talks NYU, Bobby Valentine & Serena WilliamsThe filmmaker and podcast host discusses his time as a film student at NYU and the new season of his podcast 'What Really Happened?'
Back Stories: Piazza Hits The Home Run The City NeededOn September 21, 2001, the New York Mets played in the city’s first pro-sporting event since the 9/11 terror attacks.
LISTEN: Bobby Valentine Discusses His Dugout Disguise, Piazza-Clemens Tensions, MoreBobby Valentine says he thought he might get fired after he was caught wearing a disguise in the Mets' dugout in 1999.
Bobby Valentine To Tell Tales At 'A Night Of New York Stories'From USC Trojans newcomer to manager of the Mets and more, Bobby V. has stories to tell at "A Night Of New York Stories" on Aug. 8, 2017.
Boomer & Carton: Bobby Valentine Knows The Difference Between Mets And Yankees FansBobby Valentine paid Craig and Gov. Chris Christie a visit Tuesday morning.
Best Of Mike Francesa: Bobby Valentine Tells Tales About His Father-In-Law, Ralph BrancaIn the days before his death, Bobby Valentine and other relatives nudged Ralph Branca to share stories about his life and his baseball career.
Best Of Mike & Mad Dog: 1999 Interview With Bobby ValentineBobby Valentine was one of the many guests who appeared on Mike and the Mad Dog's 10th anniversary special on Nov. 18, 1999.
Report: Bobby Valentine A Candidate For US Ambassador To JapanThe former Mets manager is reportedly being considered for an ambassador position.
Bobby V: I Was Told To Curb PED Suspicion In Mid-1980sWith all the talk of performance enhancing drug allegations hindering the credentials of players up for Baseball Hall of Fame consideration, former major league manager Bobby Valentine dropped a bit of a bombshell on Thursday.
Bobby V: Tanaka Should Pitch In The National League, Avoid The Bronx"If I was him, I would pitch in the National League," Valentine told the New York Post. "I would pitch on the West Coast and I would pitch where the weather isn’t going to be a factor."
9/11 Remarks Reportedly Ruin Bobby Valentine's Shot At TBS GigFormer Mets manager Bobby Valentine won't be joining TBS' playoff broadcast team due to his controversial remarks on the Yankees and their response to the 9/11 terror attacks, according to Neil Best of Newsday.
Bobby V Doubles Down On 9/11 Remarks; Yankees Prez Fires BackRandy Levine says Bobby Valentine "should be silent and remember" after the former Mets manager claimed the Yankees were nowhere to be found following the terror attacks of September 11, 2001.