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Kelvin Herrera announces retirement from Major League Baseball

Kelvin Herrera announces retirement from Major League Baseball

Kelvin Herrera announced his official retirement from the Major Leagues after 9 MLB seasons. For unknown reasons Kelvin Herrera has decided not to continue playing in the MLB and to retire as a professional. incidentally published an emotional letter on behalf of his retirement.

In his final season in the MLB, he was 0-0 with a 15.43 ERA in just two innings when he was cut by the Chicago White Sox. Kelvin Herrera, 31 years old, 5’10 tall and 220 pounds.

During about 522 major league games, the tenares native was 27-32 with a 3.21 ERA, 513 innings, 61 saves and 510 strikeouts.

Here the letter:

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We’re talking about a Dominican reliever who was a two-time all-star and one-time MLB champion with the Kansas City Royals in the 2015 season. Herrera was once one of the best relievers in the majors.

Herrera played for the Washington Nationals, Kansas City Royals, Chicago White Sox and Chicago Cubs. (GG) (Fielding)

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