Jorge Posada Emotional
October 7, 2011 by staff
The Yankee veteran of 16 years answered questions on what was probably his last game as a Yankee, before rushing out the tears, reports New York Daily News.
The “Core Four” member – who had two hits Thursday night – finished 6-for-14 (.429) in the series against the Tigers was not even sure he would play.
“Losing is hard, period, and lose at home is even more difficult,” deflates the five-time world champion admitted.
However, he insisted that there was any time during the game, when he allowed that this could be his last game as a Yankee, reports NY Daily News.
“It’s all about the game, trying to win the game. That’s all you think. I have no words. We lost,” Posada said.
The defeat added to a disappointing season for Posada. When he reported to spring training, he was told to abandon their obligations catcher and focus on being a full-time designated hitter.
Then on May 14, Posada asked to leave the alignment of the Yankees, Joe Girardi, when he placed ninth in the lineup for a high profile game against the Red Sox, the NY Daily News reports.
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