The notable athletes who retired in 2023

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Imagine a right-handed pitcher with a blazing fastball, a wicked slider that dipped like a UFO and a signature entrance that felt like a mosh pit. That, my friends, was Sergio Romo, a 15-year reliever drafted in the 28th round (practically the last pick!). He became a key cog in the Giants’ three World Series victories (2010, 2012, 2014), famously fanning Miguel Cabrera to clinch the 2012 title. At 40, he steps away with 137 career saves, having played for the Giants, Twins, Rays, A’s, Dodgers, Mariners, Marlins and Blue Jays.

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