About Rico Petrocelli
Rico Petrocelli Bio
Rico Petrocelli played for the Boston Red Sox for 13 seasons as a shortstop and thirdbaseman. Two World Series, 1967 “Impossible Dream“ ball club against the St. Louis Cardinals and 1975 vs. the Cincinnati Reds.
Voted into Red Sox Hall of Fame in 1997. Was first American league shortstop to hit 40 home runs in a season. Played in two all-star games. Ended career with 210 home runs and 778 RBI. Managed and coached in the White Sox and Red Sox organizations.
Broadcasting background includes, Radio Sports Talk Show co-host, Radio and TV Baseball Color Commentator, TV Bowling Show.
Business experience includes Sales, Sales Promotion, Owner and Operator of Contract Cleaning Business, Baseball Camps and Baseball Clinics, Director of Sports Programs for the Jimmy Fund and Petrocelli Marketing Group, a full service Promotional Products Company for all your Business needs.