Torre battles emotions surrounded by friends and family
7/31/2014 (Updated 10:58:18 PM)
Being inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame is without a doubt one of the best day's of a person's life. After all, there are only just over 300 people who can claim membership to the exclusive group. For Yankees Hall of Fame manager Joe Torre, Sunday's induction ceremony was exciting and emotional.
Torre had friends and family visiting from all over. They came from as close as Cincinnati, others from Hawaii, and even his daughter Lauren was in town from Dubai. But thanks to some sound advice from Johnny Bench, even if he didn't use it, the emotions were able to stay in check.
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