To say the Yankees have had it good behind the plate for the majority of their history would be an understatement. Dating all the way back to the 1930s, and the Hall of Famer Bill Dickey, the Bronx Bombers have had their share of good fortune from the men who don the tools of ignorance, and the tradition carries on today with the oft-overlooked slugger, Jorge Posada. What hasn't been overlooked however, is Jorge's age. The Yankees have spent the past few years stocking up on young, promising backstops to one day take the reigns from the man known affectionately as Georgie, and the future is promising for the Yankees. But who are they? They're Fransisco Cervelli, Jesus Montero, and Austin Romine. To start off, there's the kid who has seen the only big-league act ...
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