From pinstripe legends to foes on the diamond, Posada left an indelible mark on those who watched him play.
It’s easy to see how the events of the last year recently led Jorge Posada to his decision to retire from the Yankees.
Jorge Posada had many outstanding playoff memories as a New York Yankee but one stands out in particular, his tying double in 2003 ALCS Game 7.
Sandy Alderson didn’t tip his hand that he was onto some big moves when he spoke to reporters Tuesday afternoon, but he got quite busy a few hours later acquiring three relievers and a new center fielder.
If you consider Montero a part of the major league roster, we have to find the next great prospect in the Yankee farm system, the next great player whose name you will hear a thousand times before you ever see him play. Meet Mason Williams.
C-Lo, who did a good job filling in for Jerry Recco today, mentioned to Boomer & Craig that former Yankee Bernie Williams is now eligible for induction into the Baseball Hall of Fame.
Former AL batting champions Bernie Williams and Bill Mueller are among 13 newcomers on baseball’s 2012 Hall of Fame ballot, joining top holdovers Barry Larkin, Jack Morris, Lee Smith and Jeff Bagwell.
By agreeing to an extension without opting out, CC Sabathia again demonstrated why he’ll be remembered as a beloved Yankee and not a mercenary — like Alex Rodriguez.
Jorge Posada’s relationship with the Yankees that began in 1990 may have finally come to an end. Yankee fans will miss the passion and fire he played with that helped catapult the modern day Bombers to many postseason triumphs.
Bernie Williams was at BGC Charity Day on behalf of the Wounded Warrior Foundation, so naturally Boomer and Craig had him come on the show for a few minutes.
Jorge Posada turns 40 years old today. It’s not his best season — he’s had some highs and he’s had some lows. But it’s almost certainly his last season as a Yankee.
Conquering the world of baseball with four World Series championships just wasn’t enough for Yankees legend Bernie Williams.
Nick Swisher, the Yankees’ naturally gregarious right fielder, jumped at a chance to record a children’s album for charity. And he was quick to add his own personal touch.
Al Dukes booked Joba Chamberlain to join Boomer & Craig this morning only to get a call last night saying the 25-year-old right hander was not feeling well and would not be making the trip to Manhattan for his sit-down with the guys.
A bevy of all-time Bombers, including Joe Torre and Bernie Williams, took to the field once again for the Yankee Stadium crowd on Sunday.