Anthony Scaramucci now walks with President Trump. We are better off for it.
Whenever I reached out to Mr. Scaramucci he was always there for me. He helped to make my radio show on ESPNDeportes a better and more interesting show.
I loved reading the story on CNBC about Anthony Scaramucci.
I was even more excited to see the quotes from my longtime friend and mentor, Alfred Zaccagnino. Alfred said, "One of the most likeable traits of Anthony Scaramucci is that he willingly gives his time, attention, and courtesy to a wealth of his relations, whether personal or business, and whether they're highest level parties, or mediocre."
I've personally seen this proven at Skybridge's SALT conference year after year. As White House communications director he will be able to really help the president keep a handle on things, giving the office of the president the prestige it's really supposed to have.
Selfishly I will miss him. I will miss his knowledge in sports that he brought to the show. I will miss how he could give and take fun-loving banter with Reggie Jackson.
I know how busy he will be but I hope he can find the time to come on the show again.
Anthony really was a big fan favorite on ESPN "Impact." Even though he was always on demand at Fox and CNBC, he always found the time to come to our show and have fun with us. He never saw us as the little guy.
Thank you Anthony Scaramucci, we will always be grateful for that. I know our country needs you more.
Anthony is a good man who has a great sense of humor. When he told me that he owned a small piece of the Mets I said, "That doesn't necessarily make you a bad guy." Naturally we had a good laugh over it.
On the other hand, when he found out that my son Ricky had been drafted in the Major League Baseball (MLB) draft but not assigned a team he showed concern for a young man's dream.
It's not like we are close friends, however that tells me that he has concerns for all people and for that the White House is in better hands. A good choice by the president for a good man.
I am just going to have to dig deeper to find other good guest for my show on ESPN Deportes Impact . The only bilingual radio show in sports and entertainment.
I figured I'd give the show a free plug!
Ray Negron is a sports executive with over 40 years of experience in baseball. His first job came from a chance encounter with George Steinbrenner as a youth. He has become an American film producer, a best-selling author, and a philanthropist. His memoir is entitled, "Yankee Miracles: Life with the Boss and the Bronx Bombers. For more of his reports, Go Here Now.
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