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Tag Archives: Jorge Posada
The Posada drama will just not stop. Today reporters spoke with Derek Jeter who said the entire situation wasn't a big deal and Jorge Posada didn't need to apologize. He also seemingly took a shot at Brian Cashman along with it. Now the Yankees are supposedly upset with Jeter over those comments, according ...
Via Chad Jennings of the Journal News: “I just talked to Girardi, and I kind of apologized to him," Jorge Posada said to reporters before tonight's game. "Just had a bad day. Had a bad day yesterday. Reflecting on it and stuff, everything, all the frustration just came out.” Posada also spoke with Derek ...
For the most part, I think Yankee fans would consider Jorge Posada a no-nonsense kind of player. He's intense and hard-working and never seems to need the spotlight. All of this is what makes last night's "Posada-Drama" so perplexing. Despite the Yankees losing to the Red Sox 6-0, Jorge asking out of the game ...
Here is the story directly from the mouth of Jorge Posada. It seems like he didn't tell this story to the Yankees, only to the reporters present.
Update: After Saturday's 6-0 loss to the Red Sox, Jorge Posada spoke with the media to address the situation. He said that he needed time to clear his head, and also that he did indeed have a stiff back prior to the game, which goes against Brian Cashman's statement that Posada was not hurt. Girardi was also ...
I don't quite understand it, but despite a slow start that sees Jorge Posada batting just .189 he is leading the American League with five home runs and is still a threat whenever he is at the plate. He's not going to do it, but he's on pace to hit 80 home runs while hitting ...
Via Kevin Kernan of the NY Post: Jorge Posada will turn 40 this season. This is not the end of the line, though. If all goes well in his new designated-hitter role, Posada wants to come back to the Yankees again in 2012. If they don't want him back, Posada admitted, it would be difficult after ...
Nick Johnson, Lance Berkman, and Juan Miranda weren't exactly great players for the Yankees, but at different times in 2010 each player did act as a backup to first baseman Mark Teixeira. That actually proved important by the end of the season when Teixeira had an injured groin, foot, and thumb. This season ...
The Yankees lost their first member of the Core Four this offseason when Andy Pettitte retired. How soon until they lose their next? It could be by the end of this season. Jorge Posada is going to be 40-years-old this summer, has relinquished the starting catchers duties, and most importantly, he is in the ...
Via Wallace Matthews of ESPN New York: Despite the Yankees scoring an MLB-leading 859 runs (the Boston Red Sox, with 818, were a distant second) and 201 HRs, third-highest in the league, KLong believes seven of the nine regulars in the Yankee lineup can have better seasons in 2011. The only two players he excepted from the ...