Adam Warren, who spent seven seasons with the New York Yankees and played the role of Pil Seung-jo, announced his retirement.
Warren said in an interview with reporter Brian Hoch of ‘MLB.com’ on the 20th (Korean time), “There will be no more comebacks. I’ve had a great career I have no regrets, and I am very satisfied,” he announced his retirement.
He wore a Yankees uniform in the 2009 draft and stepped 바카라사이트 on the big league stage in 2012. He recorded an ERA of 2.97 and 23 holds in 2014, establishing himself as a winning group and playing a number of roles, such as starting as a starter.
Warren was traded to the Chicago Cubs for Stalin Castro, but returned to the Yankees for Aroldis Chapman.
He played 8 seasons in his career, with the Yankees, Cubs, San Diego Padres and Seattle Mariners. He appeared in 323 games, going 30-24 with a 3.53 ERA, 57 holds, 6 saves and 428 strikeouts.
Warren has not had a major league appearance since 2019. He signed a minor league contract with the Yankees, but never returned to the big leagues. “The redemption did not come back the way I wanted it to,” he said. Now I am 35 years old, and it was not easy.”
When asked about future plans, he said, “I am spending time with my family for now, and I plan to spend time with my family. But I miss being around baseball. Maybe I want to take on some kind of coaching role.”
Lastly, “I was happy to be with great teammates, and it is good that I can be remembered by many fans. Thank you all,” he concluded the interview.