Vladimir Guerrero to retire with Angels
by R.J. White | CBSSports.com
(3/31/2014) Outfielder Vladimir Guerrero will sign a one-day contract with the Angels and retire with the organization, MLB.com reports.
Out of the majors since 2011, Guerrero spent the first half of his major-league career with the now-defunct Montreal Expos before playing six seasons with the Angels, winning the AL MVP in 2004, his first season with his new team. He also played one season each with the Rangers and Orioles.
Guerrero ends his 16-year career with a .316/.379/.553 line and 449 home runs in 8,155 at-bats. The nine-time All-Star ranks 25th all-time in slugging percentage and 35th all-time in OPS. It'll be interesting to see if he earns a spot in the Hall of Fame with those numbers, especially with the ballot getting more and more stacked each season.