Derek Jeter is halfway to having a "Core Four" reunion in Miami.
The Marlins CEO and minority owner has hired his former Yankees teammate and friend Jorge Posada as a special advisor to Baseball Operations, per Craig Mish of SiriusXM.
Posada, 47, has mostly been away from the game since he retired after the 2011 season while appearing in Yankees Spring Training as a guest instructor.
Per MLB Network's Mark Feinsand, Posada will no longer be attending Yankees camp but will not be in uniform at Marlins camp.
Posada and Jeter spent 16 seasons together as teammates with the Yankees from 1996-2011 and were part of the "Core Four," which also consisted of homegrown pitchers Andy Pettitte and Mariano Rivera.
They won five World Series titles together and seven American League pennants but have a much different task on hand in Miami, where the Marlins are coming off a 63-98 season during Jeter's first year as an owner and recently traded their best player in catcher J.T. Realmuto to the Phillies.
The former Yankees captain channeled his inner George Steinbrenner when he was asked by reporters on Monday about the Marlins' rebuilding process.
"I have no patience," Jeter said. "I have zero patience. I've been preaching it. I don't have it."