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San Francisco Giants manager Bruce Bochy has told catcher Buster Posey not to block home plate this upcoming season. The Giants lost Posey for most of the 2011 MLB season last May after a collision at home plate with Marlins outfielder Scott Cousins. Posey tore three ligaments in his left ankle and broke a bone in his lower part of his leg. According to USA Today at spring training...
Hoping to preserve Buster Posey's health, which was shattered by the horrific left leg injuries he sustained in a home-plate collision last May 25, manager Bruce Bochy has advised him to avoid blocking the plate against oncoming baserunners.
Last summer, a home plate collision between Scott Cousins and Buster Posey ended Posey’s season and touched off a discussion about catching technique and team culture. Shortly after Posey’s injury, Oakland general manager Billy Beane ordered his catcher, Kurt Suzuki, not to block the plate:
I don’t want you planting yourself in front of the plate waiting to get creamed. You’re...
Also, Joe Mauer is looking good at Twins spring training and more on the Vikings stadium.
If Buster Posey stays healthy for the entire season, toss out 2011 and consider 2012 as a final, delayed test for the 2010 carry-over.
After practicing on the diamonds, the Twins hit the links to participate in the 14th annual Lee Regional Cancer Tournament. Joe Mauer shows us his sweet swing and Drew Butera shows off his daring fashion sense.
Ichiro Suzuki, Joe Mauer, Vernon Wells, Scott Rolen and A.J. Burnett have had very good careers, but each enters camp needing to show they're not done yet, writes Cliff Corcoran.