• Blue Jays veteran infielder DeRosa retiring

    Summary of 3 articles · Updated Nov 13, 2013
    Blue Jays infielder Mark DeRosa is retiring after a 16-year major league career. After enduring recurring injuries to his wrist, DeRosa finished his career on a healthy note with the Toronto Blue Jays in 2013. The Chicago Cubs also considered him to be a radio analyst, reportedly, but TV is DeRosa's future. The team announced DeRosa's decision in a statement Tuesday, less than two weeks after Toronto exercised his $750,000 club option for next season. The 38-year-old utilityman batted .235 in part-time duty last season, his only year with the Blue Jays. He batted .268/.340/.412 with 100 home runs in 4,094 career plate appearances with eight teams, most notably the Texas Rangers.
    • Mark DeRosa goes from ballplayer to TV studio analyst for MLB Network

      Your browser does not support iframes. Mark DeRosa considered coming back and playing again, but there will be no more seasons in a Major League Baseball uniform for him. Starting with the winter meetings in Orlando, Fla. next month, DeRosa is headed to…
      Source: yahoo.com

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