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Thursday, February 28, 2008

Shawn Green Retires

The New York Post is reporting that former Dodger Shawn Green has retired.
"I had planned on retiring at the end of this contract," the 35-year-old Green said yesterday in a phone conversation. "If something where I could live at home popped up, then I would have had to take that under consideration. But I still don't know what I would have done."

That decision never really had to be made. The affable Green, a former member of the 30-30 club who once smashed four homers in one game, wrapped up his tenure with the Mets last season. He said yesterday that a bunch of teams then showed interest in him, but he indicated that he simply wasn't willing to be that far from his California home.

"There was some real solid interest from maybe six or seven teams," he said. "A lot of teams were pretty far across the country."

Green, who is building his dream house in Irvine with his family (wife Lindsay and daughters Presley and Chandler), added, "I wanted to stay here with my family. Not travel around the country anymore. I enjoyed playing a lot. I enjoyed New York. But for me, it was time to be home."

Just don't drive drunk there, Shawn.

More at Jon's.

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I'll miss him - he was my favorite player.

I just wanted to let you know that I have a brand-new Dodgers' blog running over at http://fannation.com/blogs/show/356427
 
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