Saturday, June 12, 2021

Washington Nationals Pitcher Gio González announced his retirement from baseball.

Former Washington Nationals Pitcher Gio González announced his retirement from baseball.

Former Washington Nationals pitcher and fan favorite Gio González announced his retirement from baseball in an instagram post.

In the post Gio writes about his time in Washington D.C.: “Washington nationals,what an incredible 7 years you gave me and my family,because of you I will forever be thankful,you helped me become the man..”


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During his seven years in a Washington Nationals uniform, Gonzalez had a 86-65 win loss record an ERA of .570. Gonzalez appeared in 213 games with the Washington Nationals. He was with the Nationals from 2012 – 2017.

Gio appeared in a total of five playoff series during his baseball career, and four post-season appearances were with the Washington Nationals and never won a World Series.

Gonzalez is also a two time All-Star who twice finished sixth or better in his league’s Cy Young voting. 

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