NEW YORK (AP) — Jay Bruce had seen enough. Having made the New York Yankees’ opening-day roster, he couldn’t stomach his poor start to the season.
So the three-time All-Star outfielder decided to retire at age 34 after Sunday’s game against Tampa Bay.
“Just the consistent underperformance for me,” he said. “Felt like I wasn’t able to do it at a level that . . .
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