Right-handed pitcher Anibal Sanchez (39), who played for 16 seasons in the major leagues and recorded a total of 116 wins, announced his official retirement.
US Fox Sports said on the 17th (hereinafter Korean time) that Sanchez announced his official retirement through his SNS. Sanchez has not been able to save his team this season.
“During my 17 years in the major leagues, God gave me the opportunity to live great moments,” Sanchez said on social media.
He continued, “Baseball has been my great passion since I was a child, and I am very grateful that I was able to realize that dream.”
“I want to say thank you to my family, friends, fans, teammates, manager, scout, front desk and owner,” Sanchez continued.
Sanchez, born in Venezuela, made his major league debut in 2006 with the Florida Marlins and played for the Detroit Tigers, Atlanta Braves and Washington Nationals.
His prime was in Detroit. In particular, in 2013, he pitched 182 innings in 29 games, recording a 14-8 record with an earned run average of 2.57. American League ERA title holder.스포츠토토
He also won the World Series with Washington in 2019. His World Series performance was poor, but he pitched well against National League teams.
He pitched 2/3 innings in 2017, going 116-119 with a 4.06 earned run average in 364 games (341 starts) in his 16 major league career. The number of strikeouts is 1774.