Longtime MLB starter retires

On Saturday afternoon, a veteran Major League Baseball starting pitcher announced that he would be retiring from the sport.

On his social media accounts, former Major League Baseball starting pitcher Edwin Jackson, who played in the league for more than a decade, made the announcement that he is retiring from the sport.

He had a very successful working life.
"This game has provided me with many valuable lessons about life and helped me develop into the person I am today

 The sport that I loved and devoted my whole life to provided me with many memories that will remain with me till the end of time.

Thank you for providing me with such an incredible opportunity to grow as a person via the game of baseball! "the speaker said.

2003-19: Jackson pitched in the majors. 2009 All-Star, 2011 World Series winner.
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