From the field to the manager’s office, and now to the executive suite: Joe Torre was named the executive vice president of operations at Major League Baseball on Saturday, yet another new role for a baseball legend. Torre, 70, played at least part of 18 seasons in the major league before he became a manager. He then went on to lead the New York Yankees to four World Series titles, making the playoffs every year he was in charge. Torre will now be one of the sports’ top executives, overseeing operations such as umpiring and on-field discipline.
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