LAfter a long and successful career as a baseball player, Mexican first baseman Adrián González announced his retirement as a professional this Saturday morning.
The Titan posted an image on his Instagram account, where he reviewed his experiences: “Today I officially announce my retirement. I was able to play in @MLB for 15 years plus the minor leagues, the Mexican summer and winter league. The Caribbean Series, the World Baseball Classic and the Olympic Games.”
“Baseball has been in my DNA since I was born and it will always be a part of who I am. With this I say goodbye to my career as a baseball player. Thanks to the 6 franchises I played for in the MLB. @Marlins @Rangers @Padres @Redsox @Dodgers @Mets thank you,” the Mexican slugger added.
González played last year with the nascent franchise of the Mariachis de Guadalajara to maintain his level and be able to attend the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games, where he lived his last at-bats.
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