Jorge says no Old-Timers Day for him
"I don't think this year," Posada said. "You've got to take it easy."
Posada, 40, says he has no plans on what he is going to do now. The only thing he knows for sure he is going to spend a lot of time with his family. Posada has no real plans of how he could eventually return to baseball, but he seems to be interested in doing so one day.
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