Joe Torre’s playing and managing days are over, but that isn’t stopping the 70-year-old from seeking out an executive position alongside Bud Selig. Torre is in the process of interviewing to become the Executive Vice President of Baseball Operations for Major League Baseball. Torre, who has no past executive experience, has spent the 47 total years in the Major Leagues (18 as a player, 27 as a manager). Sources say that Torre has a very high probability of landing this position.

Torre is best known for 12 years serving as manager for the New York Yankees. Torre won World Series Championships in 1996, 1998, 1999, and 2000. ¬†Torre’s controversial book, The Yankee Years, chronicled Torre’s Yankee journey. Once Torre walks away from baseball altogether, expect the Yankees to retire his #6.