MLB World Reacts To Veteran Pitcher Retirement News

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By Daniel Bates After a 14-year MLB career, All-Star pitcher Francisco Liriano is calling it a career. Liriano’s retirement was revealed to FanSided via his agent Mike Maulini. Known for his filthy slider, the Dominican-born lefty enjoyed success throughout his MLB career as a starter for the Twins, Pirates, Blue Jays, Tigers, Astros and White Sox. Liriano was an All-Star in 2006 at the age of 22. Posting a sterling 2.16 ERA with a 12-3 record. He later would win a World Series ring with Houston on the backend of his career 11 years later. Liri also tossed a no-hitter back in 2011. The MLB wor…

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