“It’s been an honor,” said a teary-eyed Posada. “I could never wear another uniform. … I will forever be a Yankee.”
From pinstripe legends to foes on the diamond, Posada left an indelible mark on those who watched him play.
Bombers fans knew this day was coming. Yankees star Jorge Posada will announce his retirement at a press conference Tuesday morning, the team said Monday.
The Yankees have a serious problem. But don’t worry, it’s a good problem to have. Neil Keefe and Sweeny Murti discuss who should make the rotation this season.
Neil Keefe knew he would eventually have to write about Jorge Posada’s retirement and say goodbye to the longtime Yankees catcher, so here is his farewell to “Number 20 … Jorge Posada … Number 20.”
It’s easy to see how the events of the last year recently led Jorge Posada to his decision to retire from the Yankees.
Verbal bouquets are being airdropped on Posada’s doorstep. And to call them overstated is an understatement of the highest order.
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.
NEW YORK (WFAN/AP) — Jorge Posada is planning to retire after 17 seasons with the New York Yankee rather than pursue opportunities with other teams. WFAN’s Sweeny Murti tweeted earlier today that New York Yankees […]
Yes, Alderson is still hopeful on the Jose Reyes front. And no, Jorge Posada will not be part of the solution behind the plate.
Jorge Posada knows his days in pinstripes are over, though apparently he still wants to play ball right here in New York.
Imagine a ground-ball hit to the left side of the infield directly between two Yankees, namely Alex Rodriguez and Derek Jeter, and ask yourself how that scenario will play out.
Yankees manager Joe Girardi joined Mike Francesa for an hour on Thursday to give his thoughts on the highs and lows of last season and offer some insight into how the Yankees will approach the offseason.
The Yankees should turn to oft-injured free agent Grady Sizemore to provide competition for corner outfielders Brett Gardner and Nick Swisher and to serve as a left-sided DH.
It turns out that sometimes the athletes aren’t the last to know. Jorge Posada knew when the Yankees lost Game 5 of the Division Series to the Tigers what the rest of us had suspected all along, that the chances were high he would never play for the Yankees again.