Jorge hit his 200th career home run on April 17, 2007 against the Cleveland Indians.
Jorge finished the 2006 season with, a .277 average, 23 Home Runs, 93 R.B.I.s, 65 Runs and 3 Stolen Bases.
Is one of a relatively small number of baseball players who bat without the use of batting gloves.
Jorge was the 2003 New York Yankees' Player of the Year.
Before he chose the number 20 to wear on his jersey, he also wore the numbers 62, 55 and 22.
Jorge's career numbers in 1,288 games with the Yankees include, a career batting average of .270, 198 home runs, 771 RBIs, 653 runs and 262 doubles (through October 7, 2006).
In the 2005 season, Jorge had a .262 average, 19 home runs, 124 hits, 67 runs, with 71 RBIs in 142 games.
Jorge has hit a home run in 25 different ballparks, a Yankee franchise record.
His jersey number is 20.
Jorge is 6' 2" and weighs 205 lb.
Jorge has been in the Major Leagues for 10 seasons.
Jorge made his Major League debut on September 4, 1995.
His 2005 salary with the Yankees was $11,000,000.
Jorge is a switch hitter--he bats right-handed to left-handed pitchers and bats left-handed to right-handed pitchers.
Jorge was in the top 10 in American League On-Base Percentage three times in his career; in 2000 at 8th, 2003 at 5th and 2004 at 4th place.
Jorge was in the top 10 of MVP voting in 2003, placing 3rd in the voting.
When the announcer called Jorge Posada's name at the 2002 All-Star Game, Jorge let his son, Jorge Jr., run out on the field.
Posada has his own cheer, the fans often yell "Hip Hip Jorge" when he comes up to bat at Yankee Stadium.
His best friend in the game is his teammate Derek Jeter and he served as Jorge's best man at his wedding.
Jorge started the Jorge Posada Foundation has been established to help find a cure for the disease craniosynostosis.
His son Jorge Posada Jr. suffers from craniosynostosis.
He is married to wife Laura Posada.
Jorge is a four-time winner of the Silver Slugger Award; in 2000, 2001, 2002 and 2003.
Posada was a member of three Yankee World Series championship teams; 1998, 1999 and 2000.
He was drafted by the Yankees in the 24th round of the 1990 amateur draft.
Jorge is a 4-time All-Star.
Jorge: Whatever it takes to get a 'W,' we have to keep on winning.
Jorge: Ivan Rodriguez for me is the best catcher in the big leagues and there is no comparison with anybody. He has a lot of Gold Gloves and he is a winner. I'm very happy with what I have done, but I'm trying to imitate him because he's the best.
Jorge: Pitching is so important. You don't get anywhere without pitching. The better we (the Yankees) pitch, the better we are going to be.
Jorge: Some days, you feel like a 22-year-old and some days you feel like a 40-year-old.
Jorge: It's probably one of the toughest jobs in baseball because you know Mo (Mariano Rivera) is going to get the save 99 times out of 100. So the pressure is on you to get him the ball.