Joe Torre on Baseball's 'Obligation' After 9/11

Former Yankee manager Joe Torre remembers meeting victims' families.
1:17 | 09/09/15

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Here you negatively and. Yeah. I'm just saying he wanted to heal and you wanted to help. In any way you could. We went to the armory which was placed a little in the family's. We're going to wait to see if there was any information on there on their loved one. Premier was uncomfortable because. You already know what to sing. We play baseball. This is life and a war and I didn't know it was our Malaysian go that. And Bernie Williams went up to this one woman and these you know I don't know what to say what you look like you need. And then with that somebody from each family breach group. We come over and good show us pictures. Their loved ones that they and all like who had lost. We've Yankee hats Yankee Jersey. Jackets. All of a sudden it just hit me listed you know. Based by an obligation.

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