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  • BSmile
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    Originally posted by KevinWI View Post
    I was surprised to see I-Rod didn't have a job this year. I know he's older than dust (no disrespect) but I assumed some team would give him a spot on the roster, even if just for a backup and to mentor some young catcher.
    Ditto to that.

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  • fenrir
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    Always been a fan of the guy. A top ten catcher for sure.

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  • Rich the Giants fan
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    One of my all-time favs. Thanks for the memories, Pudge.

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  • Bigfoot 88
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    Originally posted by KevinWI View Post
    I was surprised to see I-Rod didn't have a job this year. I know he's older than dust (no disrespect) but I assumed some team would give him a spot on the roster, even if just for a backup and to mentor some young catcher.
    I think the Royals invited him to play.

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  • KevinWI
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    I was surprised to see I-Rod didn't have a job this year. I know he's older than dust (no disrespect) but I assumed some team would give him a spot on the roster, even if just for a backup and to mentor some young catcher.

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  • Mr. Laser Beam
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    Originally posted by Biggtone23 View Post
    Pudge joins, Jorge Posada and Jason Varitek as the 3 of the top catchers of their era all retiring at the same time.
    I predict all three of these men will soon be managers.

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  • Biggtone23
    started a topic Ivan Rodriguez to retire

    Ivan Rodriguez to retire

    Ivan Rodriguez will announce his retirement on Monday according to Clark Spencer of the Miami Herald. He will finish at 2844 hits, 311 HRs, 13 GGs, 7 silver sluggers and an MVP award among his achevements.


    http://www.mlbtraderumors.com/2012/0...o-retire-.html

    Pudge joins, Jorge Posada and Jason Varitek as the 3 of the top catchers of their era all retiring at the same time.

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