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Tony Watson Thanks Los Angeles Dodgers In Retirement Message

Former Los Angeles Dodgers relief pitcher Tony Watson announced his retirement from baseball after an 11-year career that also included stints with the Pittsburgh Pirates, San Francisco Giants and L.A. Angels. Watson was selected by the Pirates in the ninth round of the 2007 MLB Draft out of the University...
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Pittsburgh Pirates: Former Reliever Tony Watson Announces Retirement

Former Pittsburgh Pirates All-Star relief pitcher Tony Watson has announced his retirement after 11 MLB seasons. Former Pittsburgh Pirates left-handed reliever Tony Watson has recently announced his retirement. The southpaw’s announcement was first released by the Athletic’s Stephen Nesbitt. Watson ends his career with the all-time lead in holds at 246 while appearing in at least 60 games and having an ERA+ of 100 or greater in all but one of his seasons, that being his rookie year (not counting the shortened 2020 campaign).
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Former Husker pitcher Tony Watson announces retirement

Former Husker pitcher Tony Watson announced Monday that he was retiring from professional baseball, ending his 11-year career that saw Watson pitch for the Pirates, Dodgers, Giants and Angels. The left-handed reliever carved out a nice role for himself during his career, and built a reputation for durability. “Thank you...
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Veteran reliever Tony Watson announces retirement

Veteran left-handed reliever Tony Watson is retiring after 11 seasons at the major league level, he tells Stephen J. Nesbitt of The Athletic. Watson issued a statement thanking his teammates, peers, coaches and support staff members, as well as the four teams for which he pitched for (Pirates, Dodgers, Giants and Angels) and his family and friends for their support throughout his career.
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Iowa native and former MLB All-Star Tony Watson retires after 11 seasons in the major leagues

Every Tuesday and Friday, Iowa native Tony Watson steps on the field to throw to hitters. The left-hander, once one of the most reliable relievers in all of baseball, kneels about 25 feet from home plate to throw to youngsters in a coach-pitch league that one of his kids plays in. Watson tries to line up every throw to glide perfectly into the heart of the strike zone for the 5- and 6-year-olds to take a rip at.
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Report: Mets Checked In On Lefty Reliever Tony Watson

View the original article to see embedded media. The Mets might not be done adding to their roster ahead of the 2022 season. On Saturday, March 26, MLB Network Insider Jon Heyman reported that the Mets were among several teams to check in on free agent left-handed relief pitcher Tony Watson.
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Giants' Tony Watson: Completes bullpen session

Watson (shoulder) threw a successful bullpen session Tuesday, Alex Pavlovic of NBC Sports Bay Area reports. Watson is aiming to be available for the NLCS, and Tuesday's bullpen session is a significant step toward that happening. The 36-year-old still has a few more days to keep ramping things up ahead of the start of the series, which will begin Saturday should the Giants advance.
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