We’re just a few weeks away from Opening Day, which means good weather is right around the corner (seriously…remember how nice it was in Connecticut on Monday? It’ll be like that EVERY DAY soon!) So naturally, it’s time to start thinking baseball. And when you think about “baseball” and “Connecticut” at the same time, one name invariably pops up over and over again – Bobby Valentine.
He’s one of the most colorful characters in baseball history – he’s been a manager for the Texas Rangers and the New York Mets (and…yes…the Boston Red Sox), and now he’s the current Athletic Director at Sacred Heart University in Fairfield. Oh – and he also happens to own one of the best sports bars in the entire country in Stamford.
And, more importantly, he’ll be telling stories about his time in baseball, and his opinions about what he thinks of today’s game. It all happens tonight at 7pm at the Trumbull Library, and it’s free to everyone.