Buster Posey Biography
Birthday: March 27, 1987 (Aries)
Born In: Leesburg, Georgia
Buster Posey is an American professional baseball player, who plays for the ‘San Francisco Giants.’ He got his nickname from his father, who also played professional baseball. During his college days he played for Florida State Seminoles at shortstop as a freshman and played as a catcher during sophomore. While he was still in college he started playing as shortstop for ‘Yamouth Dennis Red Sox’ and later played as a catcher for the team. He was drafted by the ‘San Francisco Giants’ and assigned to their Class A Advanced affiliate to play in the ‘California League’ and got promoted to the Class AAA team called ‘Fresno Grizzlies’ within a year. He made his major league debut as a replacement for ‘Bengie Molina’ in a match against the ‘Los Angeles Dodgers.’ Posey has played six ‘All- Star’ games and three ‘World Series Championships’ with a batting average of .307, 133 home runs, and 634 runs batted in. He has won four ‘Silver Slugger’ awards and a ‘Gold Glove’ award during his career. He is married to Kristen and has twins.