Wade LeBlanc Announces Retirement

Longtime MLB pitcher Wade LeBlanc has officially announced his retirement.

LeBlanc spent the 2021 season between the Baltimore Orioles and St. Louis Cardinals. Overall, he showed that he still could be a decent reliever in the sport's most competitive league, as he had a 0-2 record and 4.41 ERA. However, it's important to note that he did very well in St. Louis, as he had a 3.61 ERA in 12 games. Yet, even with this being so, he has still decided to call it a career.

In 258 career games between the San Diego Padres, Miami Marlins, Houston Astros, Los Angeles Angels, New York Yankees, Seattle Mariners, Pittsburgh Pirates, Orioles, and Cardinals, he had a 46-49 record and 4.54 ERA. During his career, he spent time as both a starter and reliever, too. 

Nevertheless, LeBlanc put together a long career for himself, as he began his journey all the way back in 2008. Yet, his time in the league is officially over. Enjoy your retirement, Wade!

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