New York Yankees infielder Troy Tulowitzki announced his retirement on Thursday in a statement released through the team. to wear a big league and to play hard for your teammates and fans, Toulovski said in the statement. "I will always be grateful for every day that I had to live my dream, it was an absolute honor."
"I will always come back with great gratitude for the privilege of playing as long as there is no way to really express my gratitude to the fans of Colorado, Toronto and New York." They always did my family and I feel so welcome. "
Toulovicki played only five games this season – his first with the Yankees – before experiencing a tense left calf on April 3rd. In 2018, after a two-fifths operation, he also suffered an ankle injury in 2017, playing only 66 games in the season with Toronto Blue Jays.
Five-time All-Star shorts and twice Gold Glove ended their career with .290 blows on average with 225 households, 1391 strokes, 762 runs and 780 RBIs with Yankees, Blue Jays and Colorado Rockies.
His best season was 2011, when he defeated .302 with 30 home runs and 102 RBI for the Rocky Mountains that he invaded in 2006 and was a runner-up of NL Rookie of the Year.
] He spends 10 seasons in Colorado, and he is still among the 10 best franchises in the games played (1.048, fifth), tracks (660, sixth), hits (1,165, seventh) and home runs (188, seventh).
"As this chapter is over, I look forward to continuing to play, I love … we instruct and help young players achieve their goals and dreams," Tulowitzki said in the statement. "I say goodbye to Major League Baseball, but I will never say goodbye to the game I love."