Wednesday, January 26 2022

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Buster Posey ready to move on from baseball, says farewell

Initially, as a young player more than a decade ago, Buster Posey had a tough time understanding how the San Francisco Giants strive to humanize their players, to connect them with a fan base that wants nothing more than to get to know the star athletes it supports. “It’s probably something early in my career that I thought was a waste of time,” Posey shared. The popular catcher offered a heartfelt goodbye to baseball on Thursday following a decorated 12-year career with the Giants during which he won three World Series championships and guided a long list of star pitchers, but also an equally impressive career off the field such as his tireless commitment to pediatric cancer and helping others.

Source: Yahoo Sports

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