Curtis Granderson is Calling it a Career
Curtis Granderson has announced his retirement. The sixteen-year veteran outfielder took to Twitter earlier today thanking fans and organizations for his incredible career:
— Curtis Granderson (@cgrand3) January 31, 2020
The three-time All Star is most remembered for his time with the Tigers, Yankees, and Mets, but spent the last few years bouncing around from the Dodgers, Blue Jays, Brewers, and finally the Marlins. His best year was 2011 while with the Yankees, where he was an All Star, won the Silver Slugger, finished fourth in MVP voting, led the AL in RBI (119), and led all of the majors in runs (136). He made three World Series appearances – in 2006 with the Tigers, 2015 with the Mets, and finally in 2017 with the Astros – but never walked away with the title.
Happy trails, Grandy Man!