Nate Freiman: Announces retirement
Freiman officially announced his retirement from professional baseball.
Freiman's last stay with a major-league organization came in 2016, when he spent just over a month with the Nationals but failed to catch on with their Triple-A affiliate. He appeared in 116 big-league games over the course of his career, all coming with Oakland from 2013-14, when he slashed .256/.309/.408 with nine home runs and 39 RBI. The 31-year-old stated that he will be returning to Duke University this fall to pursue an MBA.
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