• Valentine Will Be an Analyst on SNY

    Summary of 2 articles · Updated Mar 28, 2013
    Valentine was an analyst for ESPN in 2011. Bobby Valentine, the former Mets manager, is returning to the Mets as a pregame and postgame analyst on SNY. NEW YORK Former Mets manager Bobby Valentine will be a pregame and postgame analyst for 12-15 of New York's telecasts on cable channel SNY this season. Valentine will be a part-timer, appearing in the SNY studio about 12 to 15 times, with Bob Ojeda, the regular analyst, and Chris Carlin, the host. He will make his debut presumably not in his famous mustachioed disguise on opening day, Monday, at 11:30 a.m. If they don’t win, it’ll be because Valentine was too busy talking to Michael Kay to read the scouting reports.” In addition to working as an analyst for NBC Sports Radio, he has also taken a job as the athletic director of Sacred Heart University. Last year, while he managed the Red Sox, he appeared weekly on a weekly Boston radio station and, surprisingly, on Michael Kay’s ESPN Radio show in New York, enemy turf to Red Sox fans.
    Source: nytimes.com
    • Valentine to work 12-15 games as Mets' analyst

      NEW YORK (AP) Former Mets manager Bobby Valentine will be a pregame and postgame analyst for 12-15 of New York's telecasts on cable channel SNY this season.
      Source: CNNSI.com

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