Mike Napoli: Announces retirement
Napoli announced his retirement on his personal Twitter account Saturday.
The 37-year-old hoped to keep playing after tearing his ACL in April but eventually decided to call it a career. He'll finish with a .246/.346/.475 line across 12 seasons spent with the Angels, Rangers, Red Sox and Indians. He racked up 1,125 hits, 267 of which were home runs. Napoli won a World Series ring with Boston in 2013 and made an All-Star appearance in 2012 with the Rangers.
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