Evan Hilbert
Thursday January 19th, 2012

Long-time major league shortstop Orlando Cabrera announced on a Colombian radio station Wednesday that he will retire, according to MLBTradeRumors.com.

Cabrera, 37, broke into the league with the Montreal Expos in 1997. Cabrera played with nine teams in his career, winning a World Series championship with the Boston Red Sox. Last season with the Cleveland Indians and San Francisco Giants Cabrera hit .238/.267/.307 and stole 57 bases.

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