Shawn Green Retires

Thursday, February 28, 2008

Fifteen year veteran outfielder Shawn Green has announced his retirement. Green, who most recently played with the Mets, was drawing some interest from a few West Coast teams. But since he hit .291 with 10 HR in 130 games, I think he would not accept anything less than a guaranteed deal. Green is a career .282 hitter with 328 HR in 1971 games with the Blue Jays, Dodgers, Diamondbacks, and Mets. Green was always known for being a great player with tremendous respect for the game, and now he will leaves the game to spend more time with his family.


Anonymous 6:38 PM CST  

Are you sure he played for the cards?

Eli 9:08 PM CST  

it says he played 20 games with the cardinals on his ESPN career stats.

Anonymous 10:21 PM CST

Eli 11:28 PM CST  

that so weird that ESPN has that...

Anonymous 8:35 AM CST  

another jew down... a sad day for israel

Anonymous 1:23 PM CST  

gotta love shawn green for being one of the chosen people