Former Mets GM Bobby Valentine to attend PSLL Parade on April 9

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Bobby Valentine

 

On April 9, Bobby Valentine, who’s managed the Mets and the Red Sox, will be attending the Peter Stuyvesant Little League’s annual parade and ceremony. Valentine has also played for several teams, including the Mets, in the 1970s. He later went on to manage teams, and has also worked as a baseball analyst for ESPN. He is currently the athletic director at Sacred Heart University in Fairfield, Connecticut.

The parade on April 9 will have a ceremony afterwards which also celebrates the league’s 60th year in youth sports.

Participating players and their families will line up at 8:15 a.m. at First Avenue and 20th Street in front of Hane restaurant before marching through Stuyvesant Town and heading to Con Ed Field at East 16th Street and Avenue C. The brief ceremony will be from 9-9:30 a.m.

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One thought on “Former Mets GM Bobby Valentine to attend PSLL Parade on April 9

  1. My Neighbor Sully and I played in the little league when we were children here, I am 61 now and we were real young then. It was great times!

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