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Bobby Valentine Touts Managerial Experience In Mayoral Race In Connecticut

October 18, 2021

Former Boston Red Sox manager Bobby Valentine wants to be the next mayor of Stamford, Connecticut.

In his campaign, he is touting his managerial experience.

The former Republican, who is now an independent, tweeted a double-sided campaign flier on Friday, October 15 that touts what he thinks makes him the right man for the job.

One point listed on the card says:  “Changed culture of New York Mets, building a World Series team.”

Valentine managed the New York Mets from 1996 to 2002; they made it to the World Series in 2000, but lost to the New York Yankees.

The flier doesn’t mention his one season managing the Red Sox (2012). The Red Sox went 69-93 that year and finished last in the American League East Division, 26 games out of first place.



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