Wednesday, October 10, 2007

The Baseball Management Talent Pool Drastically Improves!


Name: Joseph Torre

Address: Yankee Stadium,

E. 161st St. and River Ave.

Bronx, NY 10451

Objective: To obtain a management position that will utilize my successful experience coupled with my ability to motivate my employees to reach desired goals and achieve and exceed individual, as well as team milestones. Prefer a free hand with minimal micro-managing from team owner.

Experience (Please list recent first):

Manager, New York Yankees November 2, 1995 to present


12 straight years reaching the playoffs

2006 - Best American League record of 97 - 65

Ranks 1st on baseball's all-time list with 76 post season wins as a manager

Won the World Series 4 out of his 12 seasons as the Yankee's manager

Led the Yankees to 6 World Series appearances in those 12 years

Manager, St. Louis Cardinals, 1990 to 1995

Television Analyst, California Angels, 1985 to 1990

Manager, Atlanta Braves, 1982 to 1984

Manager, New York Mets, 1977 to 1981

Player, New York Mets, 1975 to 1977

Player, St. Louis Cardinals, 1969 to 1974

Player, Atlanta Braves, 1966 to 1968

Player Milwaukee Braves, 1960 to 1965

Highlights as a player: Catcher/1st Base, .297 batting average, 252 home runs, 1185 RBIs, All-Star, 1963 to 1967, Gold Glove Award, 1965.


Married, 4 children

Received 2005 Joan Payson Community Service Award

Founder of the Joe Torre "Safe At Home" foundation

References: Abundantly available upon request

Good luck, Joe! If Steinbrenner is crazy enough to let you go, I hope you land in the National League and make life a little easier for the Cleveland Indians!

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Resumes should only be one page