Jorge Posada Retires

Jorge Posada Retires: Jorge Posada, catcher who the New York Yankees ‘ “four core” was one of five world series as a member of the winning teams, formally 17 season with the Club Tuesday after retiring.

A fiery competitor, which is a golden period of Derek Jeter, Mariano Rivera pinstripe and Andy Pettitte Posada played through with a powerful switch-hitter and who then Yankee Stadium crowd favorite greeted with chants of “hip, hip, George!” when he came to the plate.
“Since I was a little kid all I wanted to do was a major leaguer to be” Posada, 40, team Clubhouse at Yankee Stadium in a packed press conference across from. “I live my dream and world’s best game was able to play for the team,” he said, “my family away from home,” calling the Yankees. Puerto Rico resident was an all-star five times and retired with a career batting average of .273, 1065 runs batted in and 275 home runs in 1829. Continue Reading…
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