Legendary MLB starter retires
A seasoned Major League Baseball starting pitcher made his retirement from the sport official on Saturday afternoon.
Former Major League Baseball starting pitcher Edwin Jackson, who played in the league for more than a decade, announced his retirement from the sport on his social media sites.
His career was highly successful."This game helped me grow into the person I am now and taught me a lot of important things about life.
I have numerous memories from the sport that I have loved and committed my entire life to, and they will stick with me forever.
Thank you for giving me such a wonderful chance to develop personally via the game of baseball, the speaker remarked.
Jackson pitched in the majors from 2003 to 2019. All-Star in 2009; World Series champion in 2011. Happy retirement, Edwin.