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Kluber’s 13-year ML career ended with “2nd CY Award + No-Heater + Most Winning King”… “What I learned, I will deliver it to the next generation”

Multiple local media outlets, including the New York Post and MLB.com , said on the 10th (Korea time), “Cory Kluber, a two-time Cy Young Award winner, announced his retirement and ended his 13-year major league career.”

Kluber started his professional career in 2007 after being drafted by the San Diego Padres in the 134th round of the fourth round of the Major League Rookie Draft. He made his first big league appearance with the Cleveland Indians (now the Guardians) in 2011. Kluber left a disappointment with an 8.31 ERA in three games in his first season, but he started to stand out little by little from the following year.

Kluber went 2-5 with a 5.14 ERA in 12 games during the 2012 season, exploding his potential in 26 games (24 starts) in 2013 with an 11-5 record with a 3.85 ERA. And in 2014, Kluber had his best year in 34 games, going 18-9 with a 2.44 ERA, and holding his first Cy Young Award with an American League title.

Since then, Kluber has had nine wins and 16 losses in the 2015 season, but he has had 18 wins in the 2016 season, and has taken the path of success, winning 18 wins and four losses with an ERA of 2.25 in 29 games (203 ⅔ innings) in 2017. In particular, he swept 20 wins in 2018. However, Kluber’s nightmare began in the 2019 season.

After nine seasons in Cleveland alone and 98 wins, Kluber was 2-3 with a 5.80 ERA in 2019 when he suffered a major injury that broke his arm after being hit by a pitch. After moving to the Texas Rangers the following year, he suffered a torn muscle in his first appearance of the season, and was out for the season after an inning. However, Kluber never gave up.

Kluber joined the New York Yankees in 2021, and on May 20 that year, he had his 12th no-hitter in the team’s history with one walk and nine strikeouts in nine innings against the Texas Rangers, and spent 10 wins (10 losses) with the Tampa Bay Rays in the 2022 season. However, Kluber was very sluggish with three wins and six losses with a 7.04 ERA in 15 appearances for the Boston Red Sox last year, and eventually announced his retirement.

Kluber announced his retirement on his social media account on Thursday, saying, “I have stepped down from the mound, but my passion for baseball remains the same,” adding, “I eagerly look forward to finding opportunities to continue contributing to baseball with other abilities. To everyone who participated in my baseball journey, thank you for making it an indelible and unforgettable journey. For everyone who will be part of my next chapter, I look forward to delivering what I have learned to the next generation of major leaguers.”

Kluber played 271 games (260 starts) during his 13 MLB seasons, including three All-Stars (2016-2018), two Cy Young Awards (2014 and 2017), two multiple wins (2014 and 2017), and one ERA top (2017), and ended his career with a spectacular 116-77 ERA of 3.44. And now he begins his second career to pass on his experiences to his juniors.

BY: 안전 토토사이트

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