Former Los Angeles Dodgers leaves the parks: Adrián González retires from baseball after 22 years

One of the maximum Mexican representatives during the present century in the Major League Baseball (MLB) he was the first baseman Adrian Gonzalezknown for his successful steps through San Diego Padres Y Los Angeles Dodgerswho announced on social media his retirement from professional baseball.

On his Instagram account, with images of his Major League career, which started in 2000 when he was signed by Florida Marlinsuntil its official debut in 2004 in Texas Rangersin addition to stays in Boston Red Sox Y New York Metsin addition to defending on several occasions the Mexican teamthe player broke the news.

I played in the 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. What a bless. Baseball, thank you for everything you gave me. Great companions, coaches, memories and most importantly, friends for life”wrote the Titan Gonzalez.

Adrián González retires from baseball after 22 years

Thanks to the six franchises I played for in the MLB. Marlins, Rangers, Padres, Red Sox, Dodgers and Mets. Thank you. Too I want to thank my amazing fans. Thanks for all the love and supportclosed the Aztec baseball player on social networks.

During his 15 seasons in the MLB, González registered a total of 2,050 hits and 317 home runsin addition to 997 runs scored and 1,202 RBIswith a career batting line of .287/.358/.485, being nominated five times for the Game of starsalso winning four golden gloves and two silver bats.


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