Torre also worked as a color commentator for NBC's Game of the Week telecasts alongside Jay Randolph. , Off to an 8−11 start in 2005, the Yankees played their last five months at 84−48. Alice Wolterman is the current and long-time wife of Baseball manager Torre. Joe is a founder of the Giving Back the Love Foundation in 1996.Joe's first comedy movie is ' … When Torre's batting average fell to .247 in 1975, it appeared his best years might be behind him. Torre managed the Mets from 1977 to 1981 season, but failed to improve the team's record. Joe is currently working as a reporter for WABC-TV, an ABC affiliate.  Following the Yankees' elimination the following night, earning them another first-round exit, Torre's fate remained uncertain. He finished his career by leading the Los Angeles Dodgers to two NL West titles in three seasons, retiring after 2010 with a record of 2,326-1,997. Torre talks to reporters at the 2015 Winter Meetings, Achievements, highlights, honors and awards.
 The Dodgers achieved the National League's best record (95–67), clinching the top seed. So, despite the hectic schedule, how does Torres manage to keep his personal life cheerful? The Braves slipped to second place in 1983, but with their 88–74 record, won just one fewer game than the previous season, and marked the first consecutive winning seasons for the organization since moving from Milwaukee in 1966. Stay tuned! However, they have not disclosed her actual date of birth.
 In 1970, the Cardinals traded away McCarver along with Byron Browne, Curt Flood and Joe Hoerner to the Philadelphia Phillies for Dick Allen, Jerry Johnson and Cookie Rojas. Torre returned to Yankee Stadium for the first time since vacating the Yankees managerial job on September 20, 2010, to pay respect to George Steinbrenner on the night of the previous owner's monument being unveiled in Monument Park.  His offensive statistics continued to improve; he hit 21 home runs with 100 runs batted in and finished second to Rico Carty in the National League batting championship with a .325 batting average. Ali Torre's father had also survived prostate cancer. , The Cardinals made Simmons their full-time catcher in 1971, leaving Torre to concentrate on playing third base. His eldest brother, Rocco, was a New York Police Department officer who died in 1996.
, Torre had a breakout year in 1964 when he hit 12 home runs along with a .312 batting average by mid-season and was voted to be the starting catcher for the National League in the 1964 All-Star Game. In 1990, Torre replaced the popular Whitey Herzog as Cardinals manager and posted a 351–354 record.
On August 23, 1987, he married Alice (Ali) Wolterman, his third wife. He started his television career in 1987 as an NBC Page in New York. With the Mets in 1975, Torre became the third player in major league history, and first in the National League, to hit into four double plays in one game. Joe Torre married his third wife, Alice Wolterman on August 23, 1987. On December 14, 2005, Torre carried the Olympic Flame in Florence, Italy, as part of the torch relay of the 2006 Winter Olympics in Turin, running it 405 meters, and ending up at the Ponte Vecchio.
When ESPN launched its Who's#1? George Steinbrenner, due to advancing age and deteriorating health, had noticeably less influence in the day-to-day operation of the club. Throughout his long professional journey, Torres saw multiple ups and downs, but despite all those, he is able to manage quite a fortune from his career. '", In December 2015, Torre led an expedition to Cuba composed of MLB officials and players. 6: Club to honor manager, plus Gossage, Martinez, O'Neill in Monument Park", "Cardinals adding 4 to club's Hall of Fame: Carpenter, Torre, Moore, Breadon will be enshrined Aug. 27", "Rockies receive many contributions, but Holliday tops", "Dodgers 'shell shocked' in Game 6 of NLCS", "La Russa, Torre, Cox unanimously elected to Hall", "Yankees will retire Joe Torre's No. A Hall of Fame manager and now MLB's vice president of baseball operations, Torre …  The Yankees also won their second consecutive World Series.
The Brooklyn-born Torre just wanted to talk about how his wife, Ali, managed his recovery. In 2007, Torre achieved his 2,000th win to become the first major league employee to win 2000 games as manager and collect 2,000 hits.
Joe’s distinctive storytelling ability garnered him a Peabody Award and the Edward R. Murrow Award for his reports on the world-changing events of September 11th. A nine-time All-Star, Torre won the 1971 National League (NL) Most Valuable Player (MVP) Award after leading the major leagues in batting average, hits, and runs batted in.
Her second child is a son named Kameron Torry.  Joe, Sr. abused Margaret until Torre was 13 years old when Torre's brother, Frank, convinced their father to move out. Former Yankee manager Joe Torre has sold his Putnam County weekend home. Joe stands at a height of 5 feet 8 inch ( 1.76 m) and has a body weight of 160 lbs. Though the Cardinals were unable to reach the playoffs during Torre's tenure, they had winning records in each of the three full seasons he spent with the club (excluding the strike-shortened 1994).
Alice Wolterman is the current and long-time wife of Baseball manager Torre.  Allen took over as the Cardinals' first baseman while Torre split his playing time between playing third base and sharing catching duties with young prospect Ted Simmons. From that experience, she learned to guide her husband through a healthy recovery of regular exercise, good nutrition and low-fat energy snacks that keep him strong during marathon night games. 198 until the sixth grade when his family moved to Northern Westchester County. Further, he was contracted by as an amateur free agent by the Milwaukee brands from where he debuted as a professional baseball player in 1959.  In an article for the St. Petersburg Independent that year, Beat Generation author Jack Kerouac called Torre "the best catcher since Roy Campanella. Despite a last place prediction from many commentators, the Cardinals finished in second place and won 84 games in 1991, Torre's first full season at the helm. This year's numbers should be just as strong: The Cancer Institute at the NYU Langone Medical Center, for example, reported 683 men were tested in just four days last week.  In his first season in the minor leagues with the Class A Eau Claire Bears, he won the 1960 Northern League batting championship with a .344 batting average. Joe is a full-fledged, purebred New Yorker.
The New York City press (and fans) thought his hiring was a colossal mistake and greeted him with tabloid headlines such as "Clueless Joe. Joe Torre Wife Alice Wolterman, Bio. In addition, Torre brought in Bob Schaefer to be bench coach, and retained first base coach Mariano Duncan and pitching coach Rick Honeycutt from Little's staff.
His first child is daughter Nevaeh Autumn Torry, a second child is a son Kameron Torry, and third child is a son Joseph Torry II. On November 1, 2007, the Los Angeles Dodgers announced that Torre would be their manager beginning with the 2008 season, filling the void left when Grady Little resigned the post two days before.
His older sister, Marguerite is a Roman Catholic nun and teacher, and through 2007 was the principal of the Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary School in Ozone Park Queens.  He retired with a .990 fielding percentage in 903 games as a catcher, a .993 fielding percentage in 787 games as a first baseman and a .951 fielding percentage in 515 games as a third baseman. , In 2002, Torre and his wife Ali established the Joe Torre Safe at Home Foundation.  It was in an August 11 victory over the Twins that Torre evened his career record win–loss record, making it 1168–1168. Joe Torre has accumulated a profound net worth as a professional baseball player, manager, and executive.