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Topic - jorge posada
One by one, Derek Jeter watched them walk away.
Gio Gonzalez is thrilled to have Doug Fister in the Nats' rotation and says it is still a very confident team despite their disappointing 2013 campaign.
Gio Gonzalez has been working with former Yankees catcher Jorge Posada once a week this offseason.
Mariano Rivera and his family walked into the pavilion behind the third-base stands at Steinbrenner Field followed by his New York Yankees' teammates.
With the entire Yankees' team looking on — including longtime teammates Derek Jeter and Andy Pettitte — Rivera said he knew the time was right for his decision.
Flanked by his wife and children, with five World Series trophies sitting on a table to his right, Jorge Posada announced his retirement Tuesday.
Jorge Posada was watching television when he saw speculation on which teams were interested in signing him as a free agent.
Jorge Posada is planning to retire after 17 seasons with the New York Yankee rather than pursue opportunities with other teams.
Jorge Posada is planning to retire after 17 seasons with the New York Yankees rather than pursue opportunities with other teams.
Jorge Posada says there is no chance he will be back with the New York Yankees next year and that his choice is move on to another team or retire.
After five World Series rings, seven American League pennants and five All-Star appearances, Jorge Posada says his career with the New York Yankees is over.
Two games. Two wins. Two clinches.
As the final out fell into Curtis Granderson's glove, the Yankees walked calmly to the mound to congratulate Mariano Rivera.
Five-time All-Star catcher Jorge Posada went behind the plate for the first time since the final game of last season after New York Yankees starter Russell Martin was injured Saturday night against the Los Angeles Angels.
Mariano Rivera remembers being home that day on what started out as a beautiful morning. His mother-in-law was watching the news and he heard her screaming: The first plane had hit the World Trade Center. Then he saw the second one do the same.
"I don't know. I guess people can go back and look and see how they thought I did," Posada said. "Some guys were better than others, I guess."
"It was an honor and privilege to have Derek next to me for all those years. He made me a better player and a better person," Posada said in a statement.