12-Year Veteran Catcher To Retire

Longtime MLB catcher Jonathan Lucroy is set to announce his retirement on Saturday at American Family Field, according to Todd Rosiak. With that, the Brewers will be throwing a ceremony for him and placing him in the team's Wall of Honor.

Lucroy's best days in the league came with the Brew Crew, as he was named to two All-Star Games and was one of the top catchers in the league during his prime. 

In 1,210 career games over 12 seasons between the Brewers, Rangers, Rockies, A's, Angels, Cubs, Red Sox, Nationals, and Braves, he had 108 home runs, 548 RBIs, and a .274 batting average.

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