Jay Bruce belts walkoff HR at Great American Ball Park, sending Reds to end of the season games for first time in quite a while (2010).
New York Yankees outfielder Jay Bruce, a first-round pick of the Reds in the 2005 MLB draft who played for Cincinnati from 2008 to 2016, declared Sunday morning his retirement from Major League Baseball.링크사이트
Bruce has played for the New York Mets, Cleveland Indians, Seattle Mariners, Philadelphia Phillies and New York Yankees since 2016. He marked a small time manage the Yankees in February.
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Bruce was a three-time All-Star during his nine seasons in Cincinnati, hitting .249 with 233 homers.
The Reds exchanged Bruce to the Mets Aug. 2016 for Max Wotell and Dilson Herrera.
During ESPN’s transmission of an August game between the Arizona Diamondbacks and the Colorado Rockies, in depth analyst Jon Sciambi related an anecdote about Bruce’s appreciation for Hall of Famer and previous Moeller High School champion and Cincinnati Reds extraordinary Ken Griffey Jr.
Joey Votto called Jay Bruce ‘my #1 colleague’ after Bruce reports retirement