Kyle Seager ready for next chapter

At 34, is one of the world’s youngest retirees, but the former North Carolina and Seattle Mariners third baseman sounds like he’s ready to embrace it. “It’s a full day with our kids every day,” Seager said with a laugh. “I don’t know how my wife (Julie) handled it without me for so long. And we’ve got a farm, with animals. I won’t get bored.” (Salisbury Post)

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Kyle Seager ready for next chapter

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