After 14 seasons, 4 All-Star appearances and two World Series, Hunter Pence decided to call it a career in baseball.
After being designated for assignment a couple of weeks ago, Hunter Pence decided it was time to call it a day when it came to his MLB career, and announced on his Twitter he was retiring for good.
Pence showed appreciation for the fans, teammates and baseball staff during his career, and said he'll be "Forever Gr8tful".Nothing can really prepare you for this part of your career when you have to say: I am retiring from baseball.
Forever thankful and Gr8ful. pic.twitter.com/XoYTsLkOlu
— Hunter Pence (@hunterpence) September 26, 2020
Hunter Pence went on to win two World Series (2012 and 2014) with the San Fransisco Giants, and after a slump on 2018, he played an amazing season with Texas Rangers, just to be back on 2020 with the Giants for one last at-bat.