(Feb. 8th, 2014)- Former Detroit Tigers pitcher Joel Zumaya has decided to retire from baseball according to Chris Cotillo of MLBDailyDish.com.
Zumaya hasn’t thrown a pitch in the majors since 2010 when hew was with the Minnesota Twins.
Zumaya broke into the major leagues back in 2006 with the Detroit Tigers, with a blistering 100 mph fastball. But multiple arm injuries set his career back, including a sore wrist he had after the 2006 ALCS that he later blamed on playing to much Guitar Hero.
Joel Zumaya finished his MLB Career with 210 strike outs and a 3.05 ERA.