Jorge Posada is ready to put on the pinstripes at spring training this year as a guest instructor for the New York Yankees.
''They haven't asked me yet, but they said they are going to,'' Posada said on Friday. ''I'll be around.''
The former All-Star catcher is a coach this weekend at the Yankees' fantasy camp for women. It marked his first time in a New York uniform since retiring after the 2011 season.
The 41-year-old Posada got a big smile when asked about being in a coaching role around longtime teammates Derek Jeter, Andy Pettitte and Mariano Rivera.
''I'll be bossing them around ... telling them to run, and all that stuff,'' Posada said with a laugh. ''I miss certain things about the game. You're always going to miss certain things. I, obviously, miss my teammates the most.''
Posada doesn't have any current plans to become a full-time pro coach.
''Not right now,'' Posada said. ''Maybe later. I like coaching, I like helping out, but I don't see myself doing it right now.'...