(Eds: Updates throughout. With AP Photos.) By PAT GRAHAM AP Sports Writer Buster Posey understands all the fuss over his healing left leg.
He really does, even if he's asked the same questions again and again.
And when the San Francisco Giants catcher takes a day off - even a scheduled one such as Monday against Colorado - he realizes there's bound to be more scrutiny.
Everything's fine with the leg, right? No setbacks with the ankle, correct?
That's simply the way it's going to be all season long if Posey sits out, plays first base instead of catch or is replaced late in a contest.
But the leg is indeed doing just fine. Maybe even a little better than Posey anticipated at this point.
Late last May, Posey was out for the year when he broke a bone in his left leg and tore three ankle ligaments on a horrific collision at the plate with the Marlins' Scott Cousins.
So far this season, Posey has hardly given the leg a second thought. Well, besides a few mor...