Millie will be disappointed if she and Robert have to leave the Pirates. "Pittsburgh is my home," Millie says. "The people here are great. As soon as they meet you, they want to invite you over. They open their homes to me, they cook for me, and they don't even know I'm Bobby Bonilla's wife. I'm from New York—I could take their TVs."
Millie could find herself right back in New York before long. The winter bidding for her husband's services promises to be heated, and the two potential bidders mentioned most often are the New York Mets and the New York Yankees, the latter hoping that Bonilla will find special appeal in returning to the Bronx.
But first, of course, there is this matter of unfinished business in Pittsburgh.