10-Year Veteran Announces Retirement

He's calling it quits after 10 great seasons in the majors.

Brock Holt announced his retirement from baseball on Thursday.
Holt announced the news on his personal Instagram page with the message: ''Damn it that was fun. For parts of 10 years I got to do the only thing I ever wanted to do...play Major League Baseball. Today I hang them up knowing I did the best I could for me, my family, and my teammates. I'm proud of every single second of it.'' 

The thirty-four-year-old utility player finishes his career with 621 hits and a career .262/.332/.362 slash line over 751 major league games. 
He spent time with the Pittsburgh Pirates, Milwaukee Brewers, Washington Nationals and Texas Rangers. However, he's best known for his seven seasons with the Boston Red Sox. 

He was an All-Star in 2015 and won a World Series ring with the Red Sox in 2018. 
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