It hangs quietly in a frame in the top right-hand corner of the back wall of Bobby Valentine's office at Shea Stadium, nearly invisible among the impressive array of baseball and family memorabilia one fully expects to see in a place of business like this. In fact, to even find it, you have to look quite carefully around the room: past photos of previous occupants (Casey, Gil, Yogi), past the pictures of mentors and heroes (a fresh-faced Valentine with his rookie-league manager, Tommy Lasorda; Bobby and his son Robert Jr. with Joe DiMaggio), and past the gallery of World Series programs that serve as a constant reminder that this lifetime baseball man has never been a part of even one Fall Classic in his nearly 30-year career as a Major League player,... More >>>