Joe Torre has led the New York Yankees to championship after championship. Joining the Yankees in 1996, Torre led his team to their first World Series victory in 18 years in his first year as manager.
Joe is a three-time recipient of the Manager of the Year Award. In 1998, Torre and his team capped off one of the greatest seasons in the game of baseball. The Yankees earned an unprecedented 114 victories, breaking the American League record for most victories in one season. They went on to defeat the San Diego Padres in the World Series.
Torre offers an inspiring story of personal and professional triumph. Drawing on championship memories and his own inspiring story of cancer recovery, he energizes people to compete and to find within themselves the will to succeed. He also demonstrates the need for selfless teamwork as a key component to reaching a common goal.