Darren O'Day announces retirement
by Brenton Kemp | Mon, Jan 30th 1:06pm EST
Relief pitcher Darren O'Day has announced his retirement from Major League Baseball. (Darren O'Day on Twitter)
The side-arm right-hander hangs his cleats up after spending parts of 15 seasons in the big leagues. O'Day crafted a 2.59 ERA across his 644 career appearances, racking up 21 saves in the process. He made his lone All-Star team with the Baltimore Orioles in 2015 when he dominated to the tune of a 1.52 ERA and 31.9% K% across 68 appearances. The Florida native pitched last season for the Braves, posting a 4.15 ERA across 21 2/3 innings of work.
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