Kevin Millwood retires after 16 seasons, 443 starts and two* no-hitters
Summary of 3 articles · Updated Feb 3, 2013
After 16 Major League seasons and involvement in two no-hitters, right-handed hurler Kevin Millwood is reportedly calling it a career. 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 compiled a 6-12 record and 4.25 ERA in 28 starts last season for the Mariners. 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. An 11th rounder, playing 16 seasons that's quite accomplished. Early in his career, he joined Greg Maddux, Tom Glavine and John Smoltz in Atlanta's starting rotation, widely regarded as the best in baseball.