The Adelphi University Department of Intercollegiate Athletics and the Panther Club will host its 8th Annual Fall Cocktail Reception, presented by MetLife’s Legacy Advisors. Learn more
Tickets are $100/person. Tables of 10 are available for $900.
Ticket prices include dinner and an open bar.
Mattingly spent his entire playing career with the New York Yankees, donning the pinstripes from 1982-1995, including earning the title of captain in 1991. As a player he was the American League MVP in 1985 and was a six-time all-star. Mattingly also earned nine Golden Glove awards at first base, three Silver Slugger honors, and was the American League batting champion in 1984. In 1997 the New York Yankees organization retired his number, 23.
Following his career on the field, Mattingly made a move to the bench, joining the Yankees as a special instructor at spring training from 1997-2003. Following that seven year stint he was named New York’s hitting coach, a position he held until joining the Los Angeles Dodgers in the same role. In 2011 Mattingly made his debut as the manager of the Dodgers and in the past four seasons Los Angeles has won two National League West Division Titles and appeared in the Major League Baseball playoffs twice.
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