Buster Posey has risen to the challenge of becoming a star for the San Francisco Giants, it's the twins that have him discombobulated.
We aren't talking about the Minnesota kind.
Posey is a first-time father of 7-month-old twins. The catcher, who helped lead San Francisco to their first World Series championship since 1954, has been working overtime this spring, adjusting to the requirements of fatherhood.
"The first four months or so I was trying to figure out what was so great about being a dad, but I am starting to really understand it now," Posey told the Tallahassee Democrat. "At first it was just sleep, change them, feed them. But now their personalities are really starting to come out. They are different, each with their own little quirks. It's safe to say Kristin (wife) has more work being at home with them than I do at the ballpark right now."
Lee Dempsey Posey and Addison Lynn Posey entered the world two minutes apart last August. Despite the added workload for Posey and his wife, the Giants catcher says it's been good.Full Story >>