Jorge Posada Appears On Baseball Hall Of Fame Ballot For First TimeJorge Posada enjoyed a storybook major league career. But was it good enough to earn a spot in Cooperstown?
30 With Murti Podcast: The Yankees' Core Four, Plus BernieWFAN's Sweeny Murti presents the group interview session with the five core Yankees, together on the 20th anniversary of their first world championship together.
Remembering The 1996 Yankees: Core Was Truly A Fantastic 4In the history of our pastime, it's hard to recall a confluence of timing and talent like that of the Yankees' iconic Core Four, spawned by the most celebrated franchise in American history
Sweeny: Who Are We To Criticize Monument Park?Have the Yankees retired too many numbers? Probably. But you can't go tearing them off the wall now.
Keidel: In No Way, Shape Or Form Does Posada Belong In Monument ParkThey sell dirt, seats, cups and coins. And now, the hardest sale of all is convincing us that Posada is an immortal.
Yankees Retire Posada's No. 20 In Monument ParkFans chanted the familiar ``Hip, hip, Jorge!'' several times during a ceremony.
Yankees Set To Retire Numbers Of Dynasty Stars Jorge Posada And Andy PettitteIt's been a busy season in Monument Park.
Keidel: Pete Rose Is Many Things, But Wrong About Jorge Posada He's NotThe New York Times recently ran a revealing piece on Pete Rose. The all-time hits leader is creeping back into baseball through the back door -- the media. He's part of a three-headed think tank on Fox Sports 1.
On WFAN: Jorge Posada Sorry For A-Rod CommentsJorge Posada says he was "cornered" into a headline-grabbing response about his friend and former teammate Alex Rodriguez.
A-Rod OK Not Playing Field, Harbors No Hard Feelings Toward PosadaIf Jorge Posada's comments got to Rodriguez on Wednesday, he wasn't showing it.
On WFAN: Jorge Posada Softens On A-Rod, Not PedroWhile Posada's remarks about A-Rod could blow over, his long and bitter rivalry with Martinez isn't about to end anytime soon.
Jorge Posada: A-Rod, PED Cheats Shouldn't Make Hall Of FameIn an interview with "CBS This Morning," the former Yankees catcher made it clear he thinks Hall voters should continue to keep the cheaters out of Cooperstown.