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Bobby Valentine SpeakerFormer MLB manager Bobby Valentine will be the keynote speaker at the 136th Annual Banquet of the Knights of St. Patrick on March 17 at 6 p.m. The event will be held at the New Haven Lawn Club in New Haven, Connecticut, and will feature a speech from Valentine about his years as a player and manager in the major leagues, as well as his time as a legendary high school baseball player at Rippowam High School in Stamford, Connecticut.

The event will begin with a social hour beginning at 6 p.m. and will continue with dinner followed by Valentines speech. The annual dinner is a “festive, black-tie event that is a long-standing and historic tradition in New Haven.” Tickets are $100 per person on or before March 10 and $110 after that date.

After his years at Rippowam High School he attended the University of Southern California. After starring on the diamond for the Trojans he was selected 5th overall in the 1968 MLB Draft by the Los Angeles Dodgers. As a utility player Valentine played 11 seasons in the major leagues for the Dodgers, Angels, Padres, Mets, and Mariners. After he retired from the game in 1979 he went on to manage the Rangers from 1985 to 1992, the Mets from 1996 to 2002, and the Red Sox in 2012.

During his time between managerial stints he served as an analyst on ESPN Baseball Tonight. However, he has since decided to come back home to Connecticut, beginning his new career as the Athletic Director at Sacred Heart University in Fairfield, Connecticut in July of 2013.

If your company is interested in finding out booking fees and availability for a Coach like Bobby Valentine or other sports celebrities for an  Autograph Session, VIP Meet and Greet, Charity or Fundraising Event, Retail or Restaurant Grand Opening or Speaking Engagement, call us at 1.888.246.7141 or fill out the booking form.

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