Oct 28, 2012; Detroit, MI, USA; San Francisco Giants designated hitter Ryan Theriot reacts as he scores the go-ahead run against the Detroit Tigers in the 10th inning during game four of the 2012 World Series at Comerica Park. Mandatory Credit: H. Darr Beiser-USA TODAY Sports

Ryan Theriot Retires


At about 11:00PM CST, it was called. Chris Cotillo, on Twitter (@ChrisCotillo), reported that former San Francisco Giants’ utility infielder Ryan Theriot officially retired. Citing that he was “ready for a change,” the 34-year-old Baton Rouge native decided to hang up the cleats after 8 Major League Seasons.

During his time in MLB, Theriot spent seasons with the Cubs, Dodgers, Cardinals, and the 2012 World Series Champion Giants. He retires after 899 games, posting a career slash line of .281/.341/.350, 17 home runs, 257 RBI, and 911 hits.

Having not played for at least ten seasons, Theriot is NOT eligible for induction into the Baseball Hall of Fame.

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