Early Tuesday morning, the 33-year old former pitcher tweeted out a note of thanks announcing his retirement.
I've decided to retire from playing baseball. pic.twitter.com/kpQWFONcmJ
— mitch stetter (@mitchstetter) February 10, 2014
Stetter pitched for five season in Major League Baseball, all for the Milwaukee Brewers and all in relief. He retires with a career record of 8-2 with a 4.08 ERA in 86 innings pitched. He had a career earnings as a player of $1,254,500. He had signed with the Los Angeles Angels as a free agent in 2012, but never pitched in a game for them.