Joe Torre and Bobby Valentine will be on the same team, as executive producers, on a documentary about the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks and baseball for Turner Sports. The two managers, who at times were rivals and weren’t particularly close, will work with media agent Sandy Montag, who will be the third executive producer on the project. 

Arizona Diamondbacks outfielder Tim Locastro stole his 28th career base in Saturday night's game against the Cincinnati Reds. With it, Locastro broke the Major League Baseball record for most successful stolen bases to start a career. Since making his MLB debut in 2017 for the Los Angeles Dodgers, he's gone 28 for 28 on his stolen base attempts. Hi...

Following in the footsteps of former Italian Pittsburgh Pirates prospect Claudio Scotti, who also trained under late and great Team Italy pitching coach Bill Holmberg and signed with the Bucs franchise in 2016, 16-year-old Azzurrini pitcher Alessandro Ercolani is headed to the Pirate City state-of-the-art training facility in Bradenton, Florida nex...

Tuesday, April 27th at 6:30pm EST: AN EVENING WITH ROBERT BRUZIO, WRITER & ACTOR OF BOTTOM OF THE NINTH - Usher in the baseball season and join the Columbus Citizens Foundation (CCF) for a discussion on NOIAFT member Robert Bruzio’s film about a once-aspiring baseball player who returns to his Bronx neighborhood after serving 17 years in prison for...

USA Baseball named Mike Scioscia its manager for the 2021 Professional National Team on Tuesday. A three-time World Series Champion as both a manager and a player, Scioscia will look to lead Team USA to a berth in the Tokyo Olympic Games this summer. Olympic qualifying will continue for Team USA with the World Baseball Softball Confederation (WBSC)...

The late Post photographer Anthony J. Causi will forever be remembered in his old spot at Yankee Stadium. The Yankees on Friday dedicated a plaque to Causi in the first-base photo well at Yankee Stadium, with Causi’s family in attendance for an unveiling ceremony. Causi, who joined The Post in 1994, died on April 12, 2020 from complications related...

Team Italy manager and National Baseball Hall of Famer Mike Piazza spent some quality time with The 7 Line Army founder and Orange And Blue Thing host Darren Meenan along with co-host Julia Quadrino during a special Mets 2021 Opening Day Episode 6 (Season 5). With 139 episodes to date, Orange And Blue Thing airs weekly during the baseball season an...

Baltimore Orioles first baseman / outfielder and Italian American Trey Mancini has been an inspiration. After battling cancer, he is back on the field in 2021 and will be honored by the Italian American Baseball Foundation as the Tommy Lasorda Award recipient at this year’s awards gala. “It is our honor and privilege to recognize Trey for his deter...

During the spring of 1991, when the Pittsburgh Penguins defied the NHL betting sites and won the first Stanley Cup in franchise history, two netminders of Italian descent were unsung heroes of the victory. Yes, Mario Lemieux, Jaromir Jagr and Paul Coffey were the leaders of that Cup run, but without the goaltending of Tom Barrasso and the pinch hit...

Team Italy manager and National Baseball Hall of Famer Mike Piazza opens and closes day five of the virtual online CON6 2021 Italian Baseball and Softball Convention with two fascinating interviews by Federazione Italiana Baseball Softball (FIBS) media representative and English language website editor Roberto Angotti.  Mike Piazza: Preparing for t...