Jorge Posada Gets His Ears in an Uproar and Almost Hurt the New York Yankees

Posted: 17th September 2009 by Joseph DelGrippo in MLB
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Childish, baby like, and potentially dangerous. That is what Jorge Posada's actions were Tuesday night in the fracas that erupted at Yankee Stadium. And I thought boxing was coming to the New, New Yankee Stadium a few years from now, but not as soon as last night. Posada felt he should not be the recipient of the Toronto Blue Jays retaliation of "my hitter gets hit, so we must hit yours." Actually, that is a badge of honor to be the recipient. It means the other team values you as a player, so as the player who was hit, Posada should have just taken his base and let it go. I remember one time when Albert Belle was on the Cleveland Indians and in his prime. At one point the Red Sox couldn't get him out, so someone on the Sox threw at Belle. Albert then hit a home run his next time up and wh ...

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