Posted February 03, 2013

Report: Kevin Millwood will retire from baseball

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Kevin Millwood will reportedly retire from baseball. (Jim McIsaac, Getty Images)

Right-hander Kevin Millwood will retire from baseball after a 16-year career in the majors, according to a report from the Shelby Star, Millwood’s hometown paper.

Millwood went 169-152 in his career, playing for the Atlanta Braves, Philadelphia Phillies, Cleveland Indians, Texas Rangers, Baltimore Ravens , Colorado Rockies, and Seattle Mariners. He pitched two no-hitters in his career – one on his own with the Phillies in 2003, and one as part of a handful of Mariners pitchers this past year. He ends his career with a 4.11 ERA, and one appearance in the All-Star game in 1999.


8 comments
John4
John4

I don't remember his baseball career, except for the no hitters.  But I distinctly remember his play with the Baltimore Ravens.  He was a stud LB, DE pass rusher who led the league in sacks and QB pressures in 2005.  Unfortunately he did not get a ring as he was playing baseball when the Ravens won their first SB.  

Uh, what?  No?  That didn't happen.  I must have the wrong guy.  Sorry!

C-Diddy
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His time with the Ravens was really, really, really, really, really, really unnoticed.  Really unnoticed.

DougBuron
DougBuron

The Baltimore Ravens?  Really?  :^) ( Shhhhh!  Don't tell the Orioles!)

Jim53C
Jim53C

No wonder he's beat up if he played for the Ravens.