Seattle Mariners Third Baseman, Kyle Seager, announced his abrupt retirement today, ending speculation that he might sign with his brother, Corey, in Texas.
An 11-year veteran, Seager debuted with Seattle in 2011, and never played for any other MLB team. A solid slugger, Seager had over 20 Home Runs eight straight years (2012-19), and smacked 35 last year, a career-high, but also had a career-low .212 Batting Average. He retired with 242 Home Runs, 1,395 Hits with a Slash Line of .251/.321/.442.
Seager is eligible for the Baseball Hall of Fame in 2027, though is unlikely to gain induction.
We here at Notinhalloffame.com would like to wish Kyle Seager the best in his post-playing career.