Michael Cuddyer Retires from MLB
Michael Cuddyer has reportedly decided to retire. According to Adam Rubin, Michael Cuddyer has decided to retire.
To give up the $12.5 million that Michael Cuddyer was set to make in 2016, he must have known exactly what he wanted. Have to give him credit for going out on his own terms. In his last few years, Michael Cuddyer had trouble staying away from injury. His numbers also significantly declined in 2015 with only a .259 batting average. With a career .277 average and 197 home runs, however, he had a solid Major League career. He spent most of his career with the Minnesota Twins, but most recently with the Colorado Rockies and New York Nets. Minnesota Twins fans especially, will always be grateful.
Got confirmation: Michael Cuddyer retiring— Adam Rubin (@AdamRubinESPN) December 12, 2015
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