Months after most baseball fans assumed he would retire, and weeks after it was informally announced that he would retire, Jorge Posada actually said the words, “I’m going to retire.”
Now That The Yankees Have Had Time to Set Up a Killer Party for Him, Jorge Posada Officially Announces RetirementJanuary 27, 2012
The Boston Red Sox have the worst record in baseball. #ACompletelyFactualStatement
Five years after his retirement from the NFL, following a failed attempt at a broadcasting career and a scandalous divorce last
year, Tiki Barber is ready to be a comeback story… but it may be a short story for the highly criticized almost-36-year-old.
Detroit Starting Pitcher Armando Galarraga covered first base, took the throw from second in time to make the 27th straight out in the 9th inning to complete his perfect game… except that Umpire Jim Joyce blew the call, allowing Cleveland’s Jason Donald to be ruled safe, despite needing an extra stride to hit the bag. Galarraga’s game may have been perfect, but Joyce’s wasn’t and neither is the game of baseball as we know it.
Of course, Brett Favre has signed a deal with the Minnesota Vikings as the local “Look at me, I can’t live without attention” guy.
Sammy Sosa, who has not played since 2007, decided to cash in on some limelight by officially retiring from baseball unemployment.