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Extractions: Was signed by Leon Wurth...uncle, Leo Posada, is a Minor-League hitting instructor for the Dodgers...father, Jorge Sr., is a scout for the Rockies...was a baseball All-Star in 1988-89 at Colegio Alejandrino High School...also participated in basketball, volleyball and track...in 1991, he received an Associate's degree from Calhoon Community College in Decatur, AL...at Calhoon, he was voted best hitter in 1990 and was a co-captain and All-Conference selection in 1991...was also voted Best Glove at Calhoon that season...first name pronounced HOR-hay.
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Extractions: May 1 2001: Scorecards, Part Two Before my trip to spring training this year, I decided to improve my old scorecard design. Although the old one was good for most regular season games, I wanted another line or two for pitchers names, and space to write up to four batters for each line in the lineup. So now there is room to enter six pitchers per team, and a dotted line splits the name boxes on the right and left sides. (For the story of my old score card and scoring system, see "I Need A Scorecard" It wasn't so much that I needed the extra room, as much as I wanted to enhance the way I recorded the unique drama that is every baseball game. Among the data I wanted to record on every scorecard were the starting and ending times of the game, total game time, weather, that day's attendance, and also how the game information was received. After all, these days I see some games live, listen to some through the radio, listen to others through Internet radio (both home and away broadcasts), watch on tv, and so on.
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Extractions: When I was a kid watching the Yankees in the 1970s, Thurman Munson was my favorite Yankee. One of three catchers who was prominent in that time period the others being Johnny Bench and Carlton Fisk he never got quite the same respect the other two did. To be fair, Bench was the better player (one of the best catchers in the history of baseball, in fact), and both of them benefitted from long careers. Munson might have done the same, but for the plane crash that claimed his life and all but ruined the Yankee season in August 1979. That was the only year the Yankees didn't finish in first place between 1976 and 1981, and the devastating loss of their scrappy catcher was definitely a factor. (In The New Bill James Historical Abstract , James ranks ol' Thurm the 14th-best catcher of all time, which I can't really argue with. Bench is rated second, behind Yogi Berra, Fisk sixth.) After Munson's death, Lou Piniella took over as my favorite Yankee which is probably why I can't bring myself to dislike the current Seattle Mariners team all that much and a few others claimed my affections here and there: Andre Robertson (whose career was also cut short, in his case by a car accident that pretty much ended his effectiveness), Dave Winfield, Don Mattingly, Bernie Williams, Derek Jeter, Andy Pettitte; Nick Johnson is rapidly endearing himself to me, too. But since 1998, Jorge Posada has been my favorite player, and I have more enthusiasm for him than I've had for any single player since Thurman.