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Sport No retirement for 44-year-old Bartolo Colon, wants to play in 2018

06:05  08 november  2017
06:05  08 november  2017 Source:   sportingnews.com

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Bartolo Colon is coming off the worst season of his 20-year MLB career, but the 44-year-old pitcher still plans to play in 2018.

MLB.com reported Colon has no intention of retiring despite a 7-14 record and career-worst 6.48 ERA last season.

Following a disastrous first half of the season with the Braves, for whom he was 2-8 with an 8.14 ERA before his release on July 4, Colon was serviceable with the Twins. Colon went 5-6 with a 5.18 ERA after signing with the Twins on July 7.

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Bartolo Colon is coming off the worst season of his 20-year MLB career, but the 44 - year - old pitcher still plans to play in 2018 . MLB.com reported Colon has no intention of retiring despite a 7-14 record and career-worst 6.48 ERA last season.

A four-time All-Star, including in 2016 with the Mets, Colon was a 20-game winner for the Angels in 2005. His 21 wins that season led the American League. Colon had a league-best nine complete games in 2003 while with the White Sox, but has had just 10 complete games since. One of those did come last season, which is likely why Colon believes he can still contribute to an MLB team.

Colon is just one of 18 pitchers in history to have defeated all 30 MLB teams. If he is signed next season, Colon would likely be playing for his 11th MLB team.

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