5:41 PM EDT, Wed October 22, 2014
CSN Washington Sep 26, 2014

Former Nats outfielder Josh Willingham to retire

Former Nationals outfielder Josh Willingham announced his retirement on Thursday, saying he will call it a career at the end of this season.
St. Paul Pioneer Press Sep 25, 2014
Ex-Twin Josh Willingham plans to retire after season, source says

Ex-Twin Josh Willingham plans to retire after season, source says

DETROIT -- Josh Willingham insists he hasn't made any decisions about his playing future.

Twinsights: Josh Willingham plans to retire at season's end

DETROIT -- Josh Willingham, one of just three players in Twins history to hit at least 35 home runs in a season, has decided to retire. The 35-year-old outfielder/designated hitter for the Kansas City Royals has told people close to him he is “100 percent retiring” once this season ends. Slowed by a groin injury that has limited him to two starts since Sept. 11, Willingham is closing in on the first postseason appearance in his 11-year career. Only seven active players have more career games than Willingham (1,146) without a postseason appearance. Closing out a three-year, $21 million...
KFFL Sep 25, 2014

Royals | Josh Willingham retiring

Kansas City Royals OF Josh Willingham plans to retire once the season ends.

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