Howie Kendrick

Gene Frenette: Daniel Murphy, Howie Kendrick had mirror MLB careers worth saluting

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — How fitting the two best position players the Jacksonville area ever produced in Major League Baseball, who were originally regarded as an afterthought, or most certainly a project, both gracefully exited the game recently after long runs of remarkable consistency and moments of postseason greatness. Seriously, there’s...
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Howie Kendrick went out on his own terms and as a Washington Nationals’ star!

Before the news was announced by the media through some anonymous sourced report, Howie Kendrick beat everyone to it by publishing his own words on his Instagram account regarding the decision to retire from baseball. For months he spoke about returning to play again, and even at the beginning of this month he reiterated that. Just three weeks later — something changed — and Kendrick called his baseball career, complete. There will not be a Hall of Fame enshrinement, but he will forever be a part of Cooperstown due to his donation of Nats World Series memorabilia. Not only did Kendrick hit the grand slam in extra innings to beat the Dodgers in the finale of the NLDS, but then he hit the CLANG heard ’round the world in the World Series to win that. Forever a Nationals hero.
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Washington Nationals: Howie Kendrick, we feel the same way, man

After 15 years of playing Major League Baseball, Howie Kendrick has decided to retire. Washington Nationals fans feel the same about him as he does us. Now that Howie Kendrick has decided to call it a career, baseball fans can begin to dissect his numbers and speak about the player he was. For most people in the game, Kendrick will be known for his time in a Los Angeles Angels uniform. He did spend the first nine years of his career there. He played over one thousand games in LA. He was an All-Star in LA. He garnered MVP votes in LA.

Morning Briefing: Howie Kendrick Announces His Retirement From Baseball

Good Morning, Mets fans! Veteran and World Series champ Howie Kendrick announced his retirement from baseball yesterday. We discuss that and more in this morning’s briefing. The New York Mets announced on Monday that they have signed left-handed pitcher Jerry Blevins, right-handed pitcher Jerad Eickhoff, left-handed pitcher Tom Windle, and infielder Wilfredo Tovar to minor league contracts with an invitation to major league Spring Training.

Kenley Jansen, Alex Wood Congratulate Nationals’ Howie Kendrick On Retirement

Washington Nationals free agent Howie Kendrick announced his retirement after 15 seasons in the Majors, which included time spent with the Los Angeles Angels, L.A. Dodgers and Philadelphia Phillies. Kendrick, broke the news himself in an Instagram post. The 37-year-old thanked fans for their years of support, his family and...

Howie Kendrick — 2019 World Series hero and NLCS MVP — retires after 15 MLB seasons

After putting on a hitting clinic for 15 years, Howie Kendrick announced Monday on Instagram that he’s retiring from Major League Baseball. Kendrick wrote on Instagram, “I will always love the game of baseball and will constantly reflect on the lifelong memories made. For now, it’s time to drop the mic and enter a new stage of my life.”
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Mariners Moose Tracks, 12/22/20: Howie Kendrick, John Brebbia, and Roberto Ramos

Check out Mariners’ Manager of Data Strategy Skylar Shibayama on the eZcZ Stat Network podcast:. Huge contracts to Emily Nemens on her contribution to the Baseball Prospectus Annual! Make sure to check her out on the podcast and read her Mariners essay when BP’s 2021 edition is out. Greg Johns...