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Eric Chavez 'at ease' with his decision to retire at age 36
Eric Chavez admitted he had been thinking about it for the past three seasons before finally making it official on Wednesday, putting an end to a 17-year Major League career.
Inside Bay Area
Former A's star Eric Chavez retires
Arizona Diamondbacks infielder Eric Chavez announced his retirement Wednesday, ending his 17-year major league career at the age of 36. The left-handed hitting infielder, on the disabled list since June 9 because of a sprained left knee, spent 13 seasons with the A's, two with the New York Yankees and was in his second season with Arizona.
MLB veteran Eric Chavez retires
Chavez told CBSSports.com on Wednesday he didn't feel right accepting over $1 million remaining on his contract with the Arizona Diamondbacks this season, so he volunteered to move from the disabled list to retirement.
Eric Chavez Announces His Retirement
Eric Chavez , on the disabled list since June 9th with a knee problem, has announced his retirement.
Eric Chavez announces retirement
Eric Chavez , who's spent most of this season on the Diamondbacks' disabled list with a knee injury, has decided to retire now rather than waiting until the offseason.
Yankees acquire Headley in trade with Padres
The New York Yankees today announced they have acquired switch-hitting 3B Chase Headley and cash considerations from the San Diego Padres in exchange for INF Yangervis Solarte and RHP Rafael De Paula.
The Arizona Republic
Home cooking helping rookie Peralta succeed
Home cooking helping rookie David Peralta succeed The start to D-Backs outfielder David Peralta's career has been nothing short of impressive.
In Diamondbacks debut, Vidal Nuno turns in career effort
Before the season even began, the Arizona Diamondbacks had a bad lot -- torn ulnar collateral ligaments in the arms of Patrick Corbin and David Hernandez, a date with Clayton Kershaw and the larger-than-life Los Angeles Dodgers down under, flat tires.
Athletics' Brandon Moss Has Team's Highest RBI Total Before Break Since 2000
Oddly enough, the A's had three players top 62 RBI before the break in 2000, with Jason Giambi leading the way, followed by Ben Grieve and Miguel Tejada .