San Francisco Giants catcher Buster Posey was one of three Giants given the honor of delivering the three teams recent World Series trophies on to the field before the home opener Monday.
Last week catcher Buster Posey won that distinction in a fan vote, adding to an epic list of baseball accomplishments. His half-decade for the ages includes Rookie of the Year, Batting Champion, Most Valuable Player and three World Series Championships, leading some to proclaim him the successor to Yankees captain Derek Jeter as the game’s top star.
SAN FRANCISCO (CBS) – Buster Posey didn’t make it past the first day of spring training before having to answer questions about being “the new Derek Jeter.” The former Yankees captain was the best-known player […]
Buster Posey is just 27-years-old, the age when some in baseball say players are just hitting their prime. But unlike his contemporaries, Posey is already being asked to reflect on his career success.
Angel Pagan led off the first inning with a homer, Buster Posey connected two batters later, and Yusmeiro Petit went six innings in a spot start replacing injured Matt Cain and the San Francisco Giants beat the San Diego Padres 6-0 on Tuesday night.
Buster Posey hit a two-run home run and Tim Lincecum earned his first victory of the season for the San Francisco Giants, who had only three hits Sunday in beating San Diego 4-3 Sunday to snap a three-game losing streak.
The new rule doesn’t ban all home plate collisions. It allows the catcher to block the plate if he has the ball, and allows the runner to make an effort to touch the plate without lowering his shoulder or pushing through with his hands, elbows or arms.
Buster Posey had three hits, Pablo Sandoval drove in two runs and the San Francisco Giants beat the Pittsburgh Pirates 6-3 on Saturday night.