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Here's the deal I'm writing this post strictly for the sound-bytes that Bobby Valentine continues to provide us - he can't help himself from spewing this garbage. After this post the only other time I'll write about Bobby V. will be in regards to his public apology for refusing to accept any of the blame for the 2012 Red Sox season. With that said let's get into it, quickly.

On Tuesday Valentine was introduced as Sacred Heart University's new athletic director. Here are a few of the quotes from Valentine at his press conference.
"It wasn't the biggest challenge of my life; it wasn't the most exciting challenge of my life," he said of Boston. "It was just one of those things."
"It's six months of a 62-year life," Valentine said of his tenure with Boston. "It's six months in a 42-year career in baseball. It's a blip, a little spot on the radar as far as I'm concerned and I thought I did a [good] job in Boston. I thought what had to be done there, had to be done except for winning a pennant. But Connie Mack wouldn't have won with that team."
"I thought I did a hell of a job in Boston. I thought what had to be done there was done except for winning a pennant. But Connie Mack wasn’t going to win with that team. It’s six months of a 62-year life. It’s six months of a 42-year career in baseball. It’s a blip, a little spot on the radar, as far as I’m concerned." 

(Speechless....) Obviously there's no such thing as a non-verbal font but if there was then I'd be using it right about now. I refuse to comment on this ridiculousness from Bobby V. so I'll let you do it for me. Leave me a comment below on your thoughts regarding Bobby's resurgence within the media, again. 

Follow Scott Levesque on Twitter at @levyskew.

Scott Levesque 2/27/2013 01:04:00 PM Edit
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