Buster Buster Posey says he's excited to talk with Barry Bonds when the home run king comes to San Francisco Giants spring training as a guest instructor.
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Posey Buster Posey says he's excited to talk with Barry Bonds when the home run king visits San Francisco Giants spring training as a guest instructor. Posey would like to ask Bonds about his approach at the plate, the catcher told the San Francisco Chronicle.
Former Former San Francisco left-hander Barry Zito posted a thoughtful tribute to Posey on Twitter. “You were 60 feet from me in my greatest and worst moments in baseball. Your levelheaded approach to
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Entire But his presence at the start of spring training this year set the tone for the entire season in San Francisco. He batted .336 to become …
Buster SF Giants catcher Buster Posey is 1-for-3 in limited spring training action at the plate and is drawing rave reviews from pitchers. San Francisco Giants’ Buster Posey (28) places his mask on
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Thursday November 4, 2021 / 6:15 PM / CBS San Francisco. SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) -- Buster Posey, the face of the San Francisco Giants dynastic run of three World Series titles, announced Thursday he was
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Bonds Did Barry Bonds hit a home run today? Yep. August 20, 1998: Against the Chicago Cubs, Bonds hit a solo home run in the 5th inning off of Kevin Tapani. It gave the Giants a 3-2 lead, but they would
Buster SF Giants catcher Buster Posey announced his decision to retire on Thursday at Oracle Park in San Francisco. Catcher Buster Posey and the victorious San Francisco Giants were feted in a ticker
While In 2018, Barry Bonds became the first former Giants player who is not enshrined in the Hall of Fame to have his jersey retired while …
Posey 8: In 2013, Posey signed an eight-year, $167-million contract that kept him with the Giants for the entirety of his career. 9: Posey was one of nine Giants to be a part of the 2010, 2012 and 2014
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SAN FRANCISCO — His performance suggests he still has plenty left to offer and his stat line indicates he’s still one of the best catchers in baseball, but Buster Posey doesn’t plan to continue building his legacy.
With the presence of then full-time catcher Bengie Molina, Posey played first base when originally called up to the majors, but became the Giants' regular catcher in June 2010 when Molina was traded to the Texas Rangers . As a rookie, he finished with a .305 batting average, 18 home runs, and 67 runs batted in.