The San Francisco Giants announced the return of the historic American catcher, Buster Posey, who returns to the franchise after retiring as a professional baseball player in 2021.
The bay franchise notified through its social networks that the former major leaguer will return to the organization as a member of the ownership group.
This is the first time in Giants history that a former player has joined the organization as a senior partner or member of the board of directors.
Today, the #SFGiants announced that three-time World Series champion and seven-time All-Star Buster Posey has become a member of the ownership group. This is the first time that a former player has joined the organization as a senior partner and member of the Board of Directors,” the club said.
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Posey, who played 12 seasons in the Major Leagues with the Giants, remains one of the legends of the institution, with which he won three World Series rings and seven All-Star times.
Throughout his career in San Francisco, the catcher also received National League Most Valuable Player, Rookie of the Year, five Silver Sluggers, one Gold Glove and one batting title.