Jared Hughes announced his retirement from 60G for the sixth consecutive year.
Right-handed pitcher Jared Hughes (36) has announced his retirement.
MLB dotcom, the official website of Major League Baseball, reported on the retirement of Hughes on the 15th (Korea time). “It’s time,” Hughes said on his Instagram account. “The spike was worn out due to sprinting,” he said.
The sprint was Hughes’ trademark. Playing as a relief pitcher, he ran to the mound every time he took the mound. He has established such a routine since 2011, when he was in the minor leagues, and has consistently maintained his habit after making good results 토토사이트
Hughes made his first ML debut with the Pittsburgh Pirates in 2011, and then went through the Milwaukee Brewers, Cincinnati Reds, Philadelphia Phillies, and New York Mets.
In particular, he has been on the mound for more than 60 consecutive games from 2014 to 2019, showing off his steel stamina. In 2018, when he was a member of Cincinnati, he pitched in the most 72 games in a single season since his debut, scoring 4 wins, 3 losses, 7 saves, and 1.94 ERA (ERA) to add strength. In 2019, he showed off his strong performance in 72 games, but he left a regret with one win and two losses in 18 games and ERA 4.84 last year. His overall ML performance is 30 wins, 26 losses, 94 holds, 12 saves, and ERA 2.96 in 542 games.