A Yankee Catcher for the Ages
(New York, NY) – After 17 years, 4 World Series titles, many divisional titles and countless innings squatted behind home plate, #20 hangs up his cleats. He was a five-time All-Star and retires with a .273 batting average, 1,065 runs batted in and 275 home runs in 1,829 games. He was an integral part of the ‘Core Four’ alongside of Jeter, Mariano and Andy Pettitte, who retired last year. His passion will be sorely missed.