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Buster Posey

Buster Posey

Buster Posey Adds Final Missing Piece to MLB Legacy with Gold Glove Award

Buster Posey didn't need to pad his resume.

At age 29, the San Francisco Giants catcher has already won a Rookie of the Year trophy, a batting title, three Silver Sluggers, a National League MVP and three championship rings.

For even the all-time greats, that's a career and change.

Giants' Posey Goes Deep for 1,000th Hit of MLB Career

San Francisco Giants catcher Buster Posey reached the 1,000 career hit milestone in impressive fashion, doing the deed with a solo home run in the fifth inning of Tuesday's 12-3 win over the Colorado Rockies, per ESPN Stats & Info.

Posey thus became the first player since Rich Aurilia in 2003 to record 1,000 career hits with each and every one coming in a Giants uniform.

Buster Posey Injury: Updates on Giants Star's Back and Return

San Francisco Giants catcher Buster Posey was removed from the lineup on Sunday with a back injury. It is unclear when he will be able to return. 

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Buster Posey Injury: Updates on Giants Star's Thumb and Return

San Francisco Giants star catcher Buster Posey was removed from the lineup ahead of Tuesday's game against the Boston Red Sox in order to deal with an inflamed nerve in his right thumb, per Andrew Baggarly of the San Jose Mercury News

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Buster Posey Injury: Updates on Giants Star's Foot and Return

San Francisco Giants catcher Buster Posey is dealing with a foot injury. It's unclear when he'll return to the field.

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Giants' Madison Bumgarner-Buster Posey Duo Best MLB Battery in Decades

What has four legs, six rings and the undying affection of the City by the Bay?

That'd be the San Francisco Giants' Madison Bumgarner and Buster Posey, hands down the best battery in baseball and, in fact, the best pitcher/catcher pairing the sport has seen in decades.

Selecting MLB's 2015 Year-End All-Star Team

While it was an easy call to place the likes of Josh Donaldson and Bryce Harper on this MLB 2015 Year-End All-Star Team, there were plenty of positions where the decision was far more challenging.

Simply put, there were a ton of spots with two or sometimes even three deserving players.

Giants' Star-Studded Homegrown Infield Built for Long-Term Success

The shortstop originally signed for $375,000, and now he might be the best in the league. The third baseman signed for $50,000, and now he might be the Rookie of the Year.

These are the kinds of stories baseball people love, and the San Francisco Giants have an infield full of them. They have four homegrown starters that cost them not even $2 million in combined bonuses, and they may well have the best four-man unit in the game.

Heralded Giants-Dodgers Rivalry Is Still Worthy of the Hype

LOS ANGELES – Gone are the days of pure hatred, the ones that caused Jackie Robinson to retire rather than play for the rival club, incited epic brawls and sparked beanball wars.

But the rivalry is not dead. Far from it. The fire still exists, as does the success.

Predicting the San Francisco Giants' Starting Lineup Heading into 2015

The San Francisco Giants have won three World Series titles in the past five years. Manager Bruce Bochy guided his team through several peaks and valleys in 2014.

His calm demeanor was a soothing influence when the Giants struggled in the middle of the season. Bochy then pushed all the right buttons, and the Giants produced, enabling them to win it all.


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