Jorge Posada has been a New York Yankee for his entire career—which stems all the way back to 1995. He has been a class act his entire career but he seems resigned to the fact that his time in New York Yankee pinstripes have come to an end.
“I don’t think there’s even a percentage of a chance that I can come back,” Posada said. “It’s not going to happen."
Posada had the worst season of his 17-year career in 2011 as he battled injuries and was stripped of his catching duties. Posada was used as a designated hitter and he even refused to play in a game this season when manager Joe Girardi penciled him into the nine hole.
Posada is now 40 and still seems intent on playing in 2012. It may seem likely that he will stay in the American League as a designated hitter if he does not retire.
That's not necessarily the case. Here are three teams that would be great fits for Jorge Posada.