Bobby Valentine to speak at Milford National breakfast

Bobby Valentine, who is considered the best athlete to ever come out of Connecticut as well as one of the most outspoken MLB players and managers, will be speaking to the players and parents of the Milford National Lou Gehrig Little League at the 2nd annual MNLGLL Pancake Breakfast from 8 to 10 a.m. at Eli’s Tavern on Daniel Street on Sunday, Oct. 2.

The fee is $12 per person and includes: breakfast, coffee, juice, speech from Valentine at around 9 a.m., $25 in coupons from league sponsors, and a chance for autographs or photos.

Purchase tickets online and pick up tickets at door.

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Last year, MNLGLL attendees heard a great speech from former New York Ranger goaltender, Steve Valiquette. Just like last year, everyone's breakfast will be served by our very own Little Leaguers.

All of the proceeds of this event will go to MNLGLL.

This event will sell out and is first-come first-serve.

Valentine nicknamed Bobby V, is a former MLB player and manager. He is currently the athletic director at Sacred Heart University. Valentine played for the Los Angeles Dodgers (1969, 1971–72), California Angels (1973–75), New York Mets (1977–78) and Seattle Mariners (1979).

He managed the Texas Rangers (1985–92), the New York Mets(1996–2002), and the Boston Red Sox (2012) of MLB, as well as the Chiba Lotte Marines of Nippon Professional Baseball (1995, 2004–09).