Pause for Concern?

Bobby Valentine speaks during the press conference.
(Yoon S. Byun / Globe Staff)

If Bobby Gets 'Worn Out' After Some Q&A with Cherington & Co.
Will He Have Enough Energy to Turn the Sox Divas Into Winners?

Video: Bobby V Presser | Valentine on the Red Sox Interview Process
Combine Bobby V's Experience with Torey Lovullo's Energy and Enthusiasm
And You Have the Perfect Manager for the Red Sox

"If I look a little worn out itís because I sweat the whole day. Iíve been very excited about this. I havenít been as nervous or whatever it is for anything in a long, long time. It was invigorating, challenging and stimulating; all those good things." -- Bobby V after the interview... somebody get him a cup of coffee, a Red Bull, or that godawful 5-hour energy...


Now It Can Be Told



How Bobby Invented the Wrap


More Beef for Bobby?

Bobby Valentine, right, and U.S. Meat Export Federation President Philip Seng show
(Getty File Photo)
Maybe He Should Have Had the 'Ryan & Bobby' Special for Lunch?
Video: Valentine Gets Brushed Back By Nolan Ryan in Japan

July 2007: Bobby Valentine and U.S. Meat Export Federation President Philip Seng show "Ryan & Bobby" special lunch boxes of rice topped with grilled U.S. beef and pork during a press conference in Tokyo.

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