He Should Fit Right In

He Should Fit Right In

New York Yankees' Jorge Posada (20) is escorted to first base by umpire Paul Schrieber (43) as he gestures to Cleveland Indians pitcher Jason Johnson during the sixth inning Wednesday, June 14, 2006 at Yankee Stadium in New York. Posada and Johnson exchanged words after the New York catcher was hit by a pitch in the sixth, and both benches were warned. The Yankees won the game 6-1.

(AP Photo)

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