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Seven-Year MLB Catcher Announces his Retirement

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Catcher Tony Wolters has announced his retirement from Major League Baseball. Wolters is just 31-years-old, but he decided it was time to hang it up and retire from baseball. Tony Wolters has played in just seven seasons at the MLB level. He was apart of seven different teams.

Tony Wolters made his MLB debut in 2016. From 2016-2020, Wolters played with the Colorado Rockies, in 2021, Wolters played with the Chicago Cubs, and in 2022, Tony Wolters played with the Los Angeles Dodgers. He spent most of his career with the team who drafted him, the Rockies.

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Tony Wolters had an up and down career. Although, Wolters always gave it his all and played the game right. In 407 career games, Tony Wolters slashed .235/.321/.314, with 7 home runs, 123 RBI's, 259 hits, and a .635 OPS.

As Tony Wolters announced, he has accepted a coaching position with the Colorado Rockies. He will be able to stay in the baseball world which is pretty exciting for him. It's going good that Tony Wolters will be able to stay with the Colorado Rockies.

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