11:17 PM EST, Wed November 26, 2014

Rendon finishes 5th in NL MVP vote

No Nationals player has come close to winning the NL MVP Award in the club’s 10 seasons in the District, but Anthony Rendon just came closer than any previous one. Rendon placed fifth in balloting for this year’s NL MVP, the best finish by any Nationals player to date, besting former sixth-place finishers Alfonso Soriano (2006)…
New York Post Nov 5, 2014
Alfonso Soriano retires: ‘Lost passion to play the game’

Alfonso Soriano retires: ‘Lost passion to play the game’

SANTO DOMINGO, Dominican Republic — Seven-time All-Star Alfonso Soriano says he is retiring from the major leagues after a season in which he was released by the Yankees on July....

Alfonso Soriano announces retirement

After being released by the Yankees in the middle of last season, Alfonso Soriano has decided to retire. The announcement came during a radio interview in the Dominican Republic. Here’s a link to the story from Hector Gomez, and below is the quick Associated Press story with translated quotes. Although he was pretty bad in […] The post Alfonso Soriano announces retirement appeared first on The LoHud Yankees Blog.
KFFL Nov 5, 2014

MLB | Alfonso Soriano retires

Free-agent OF Alfonso Soriano (Yankees) announced his retirement Tuesday, Nov. 4.
New York Daily News Nov 5, 2014
Alfonso Soriano retires from baseball, former Yankee says he's lost passion to play

Alfonso Soriano retires from baseball, former Yankee says he's lost passion to play

Seven-time All-Star Alfonso Soriano said he is retiring from the major leagues after a season in which he was released by the Yankees in July. “I’ve lost the love and passion to play the game,” Soriano said in a radio interview Tuesday.
CSN Washington Nov 4, 2014

Report: Former Nats star Alfonso Soriano retires from baseball

Alfonso Soriano - one of the most decorated players in the Nationals' brief history in Washington - has retired from the game of baseball after 16 MLB seasons.

Report: Alfonso Soriano retires from baseball

Alfonso Soriano – one of the most decorated players in the Nationals’ brief history in Washington – has retired from the game of baseball after 16 MLB seasons. Soriano, 38, played just one year with the Nats, in 2006. He hit .277 with a .911 OPS, stole 41 bases and posted 46 home runs and 95…
Newark Star-Ledger Nov 4, 2014
Ex-Yankee Alfonso Soriano retires

Ex-Yankee Alfonso Soriano retires

The 38-year-old announced his retirement on a radio show Tuesday.
Baltimore Sun Nov 4, 2014

Former Cubs outfielder Alfonso Soriano, 38, retires

ESPN.com reports: Former Cubs outfielder Alfonso Soriano, 38, says he is retiring, "I've lost the love and passion to play the game. My mind is not focused on baseball."
Rotoworld Nov 4, 2014

Alfonso Soriano announces retirement from MLB - Alfonso Soriano (OF) New York Yankees

Hector Gomez of Listin Diario in the Dominican Republic reports that Alfonso Soriano has announced his retirement from baseball.

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