Joe Torre (#6) <3

My all-time favorite Yankees coach EVER! Miss you Joe.

Class of 2014 - Joe Torre // next stop, number retirement ceremony!! :) <3 YOU GO, JOE!

Joe Torre: Baseball Hall of Fame - 2014

Derek Jeter, Joe Torre (1998 World Series)

Derek Jeter, Joe Torre World Series) lovee

St. Louis Cardinal Joe Torre in batting stance on the field at Busch Stadium. (1969-1974) ©Missouri History Museum

Louis Cardinal Joe Torre in batting stance on the field at Busch Stadium Photograph by Irv Schankman/Dorrill Photo, ca. Missouri History Museum Photograph and Prints Collections.

George Steinbrenner and Joe Torre,  NY Yankees

October 21, 1998 - Photos - Yankees retire Joe Torre's No. 6

Joe Torre managed the New York Yankees from 1996 to 2007. The Yankees reached the post season each year and won ten American League East Division titles, six American League pennants, four World Series titles, and compiled a .605 winning percentage overall. With 2,326 wins, he is currently ranked 5th on the list of Major League Baseball all-time managerial wins.   Congrats Torre on getting into the Hall Of Fame!!

Coach Joe Torre managed the New York Yankees from 1996 to

Stan Musial and Joe Torre, St. Louis Cardinals

siphotos: Stan Musial, pictured here in 1972 with Joe Torre, passed away on Saturday at the age of The Cardinals legend is known for being as gracious off the field as he was on it. (AP) REITER: Musial a role model for generations of fans

Joe Torre, New York Yankees manager, after another World Series win

Subway Series Greatest Hits: Most memorable moments between the Yankees and Mets

Joe Torre #6 He tips his hat in gratitude as we tip ours to him.

Joe Torre He tips his hat in gratitude as we tip ours to him.

All I can say is - Thank You Joe

New York Yankees - Joe Torre Day - Yankee Stadium 2014

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The best manager ever: Joe Torre

We miss you

Cardinals third baseman Joe Torre poses before a 1971 game. Torre would later be  named the National League’s Most Valuable Player that season, batting .363 with 230 hits and 137 RBIs. (Bettmann/CORBIS)GALLERY: Joe Torre Through The Years

Cardinals third baseman Joe Torre poses before a 1971 game. Torre would later be named the National League’s Most Valuable Player that season, batting with 230 hits and 137 RBIs. (Bettmann/CORBIS)GALLERY: Joe Torre Through The Years

New York Yankees Joe Torre

New York Yankees manager Joe Torre

Everyone's Hero (2006)

Everyone's Hero (2006)

Joe Torre 1965 Topps

1965 Topps Joe Torre Baseball Card Value Price Guide

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