Actor Robert Davi recalls having his first drink with Frank Sinatra — 'You don't drink, you're fired!'

Actor Robert Davi recalls having his first drink with Frank Sinatra — 'You don't drink, you're fired!'

The veteran crooner and character actor, perhaps best known for playing a Bond villain in “License to Kill,” started his film career alongside Sinatra in 1977’s “Contract on Cherry Street.” It was while shooting that film he found himself in the same tavern as the legendary crooner, who was bellied up to the bar with famed restaurateur Jilly Rizzo, actor Harry Guardino and filmmaker Martin Gables.

Tampa Bay Rays outfielder Carlos Gomez tossed a ball with phone number on it to female fan at Yankee Stadium

Tampa Bay Rays outfielder Carlos Gomez tossed a ball with phone number on it to female fan at Yankee Stadium

He married Gerandy Gomez in 2007 — he was playing for the Mets at the time — and they have three children together. The Amazins signed Gomez as an amateur free agent in 2002 and promoted him to the big leagues on May 13, 2007, making him the youngest player in the league. At the time, he was considered one of the fastest players in baseball. Gomez, a 2013 Gold Glove winner, is also known for his quick hands.