Magglio Ordonez to retire as a Tiger


Magglio Ordoñez delivered the biggest hit in the 13-year history of Comerica Park. On Oct. President Barack Obama and first lady Michele Obama lauded the group of Americans who received the What's in a name? Or a whole bunch of them?

WILL TAKE ON REITZMore >> DETROIT (AP) – Magglio Ordonez has decided to call it a career. The 38-year-old former Detroit Tigers and Chicago White Sox outfielder plans to announce his retirement Sunday before Detroit plays the New York Yankees.

One of the best hitters of his generation will officially call it a career this weekend. Magglio Ordonez wasn't your prototypical slugger — he hit 294 home runs in 15 big-league seasons — but he was a paragon of productivity.

Magglio Ordoñez delivered the biggest hit in the 13-year history of Comerica Park. On Oct. President Barack Obama and first lady Michele Obama lauded the group of Americans who received the What's in a name? Or a whole bunch of them?

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