13-year veteran, Corey Kluber, announced his retirement yesterday from MLB. The 2x Cy Young Award winner, 3x All-Star, and having an ERA title under his belt, Corey Kluber has left his mark on the game.
Kluber, 37, pitched a total of 13 years in MLB, spending nine seasons with Cleveland and a few one-year stints with Tampa Bay, New York (AL), Boston, and Texas.
Kluber pitched to a career 3.44 ERA over 1641.2 innings, compiling a 116-77 record. His long career gave him a 34.0 WAR. Kluber is most known for his two Cy Young Awards that he won in Cleveland, but he also pitched a no-hitter when he was in New York. He gave the Yankees their 12th no-hitter in franchise history on May 19, 2021 against the Rangers
Corey Kluber will forever be remembered for his dominance on the mound when he was in Cleveland. Going down as one of the franchise's most successful pitchers. Without a doubt being one of the most feared pitchers of the last generation.