Former MLB All-Star Game MVP Hosmer Announces Retirement

Former MLB All-Star Game MVP and ‘FA scam’ Hosmer announces retirement

Eric Hosmer (34), who was once a top hitter in the American Major League Baseball (MLB)

but was reduced to a ‘scam’ after signing as a free agent, finally announced his retirement.

Hosmer said on his social media on the 22nd (Korean time),

“Unfortunately, my life as an active player has come to an end,

but (going forward) I will do my best to give back to baseball what I received.” 바카라사이트

He added, “It takes 110 percent effort mentally and physically to play in the major leagues,

but I’m not at that point right now.

I’m happy with what I’ve accomplished with the great people I’ve worked with.”

Hosmer, who debuted with the Kansas City Royals in 2011,

recorded a career batting average of 0.276, 198 home runs, and 893 RBI until last year.

A four-time Gold Glove winner, he led Kansas City to a World Series victory in 2015 and was selected as the Most Valuable Player (MVP) at the All-Star Game in 2016.

Based on these achievements, Eric Hosmer signed a large contract worth $144 million over 8 years with the San Diego Padres in 2018.

However, Hosmer, who lost his hitting skills after moving to San Diego,

was traded to the Boston Red Sox in the second half of the 2022 season,

but he performed even worse and was released after the season.

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