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Brian Giles Retires

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With 287 homers and a .902 career OPS, which is 64th all time. That's pretty remarkable given his late career start and the fact that he spent his decline years in a park that's impossible to hit in. He probably wasn't an especially good person, but he was a great player for the Pirates.

UPDATE: SBN's Mets blog actually has a nice tribute.