CHICAGO (CBS)– Jon Lester introduced his retirement Wednesday.
The cornerstone of the Cubs’ transformation into contenders and ultimately champions has known as it quits after 16 large league seasons.
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The all-star pitcher began a 6-year run with the cubs in 2015, serving to finish a century-long world collection title drought.
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Lester, who turned 38 on Friday, received two different rings in Boston and likewise beat most cancers. We noticed simply how beloved Lester is on the North Side when he returned to Wrigley with the Washington Nationals final summer season.
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He ends his profession with 200 victories.