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David DeJesus retires

Cleveland Indians v Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim

ANAHEIM, CA - AUGUST 03: David DeJesus #3 of the Los Angeles Angels reacts after he is hit by a pitch during the sixth inning against the Cleveland Indians at Angel Stadium of Anaheim on August 3, 2015 in Anaheim, California. (Photo by Harry How/Getty Images)

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Outfielder David DeJesus announced his retirement from Major League Baseball on Twitter Wednesday afternoon. He’ll be joining CSN Chicago for Cubs coverage.

DeJesus, 37, spent 13 seasons in the big leagues from 2003-15 with the Royals, Athletics, Cubs, Nationals, Rays, and Angels. He hit a composite .275/.349/.512 with 99 home runs and 573 RBI across 5,916 plate appearances.

We wish the best of luck to DeJesus as he begins a new career in sports media.

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