Pat Burrell to retire with Phillies
THE BAT HAS RETURNED! The Phillies have announced that Pat Burrell will sign a one-day minor league contract so he can retire as a Phillie. He will be honored prior to the May 19th game against the Red Sox. Earlier this
AP AP Northern California native Pat Burrell, the outfielder who returned home and won a World Series with the Giants in 2010, will retire as a member of the Philadelphia Phillies. The Phillies made the announcement via press release on Thursday.
By Jack Etkin / MLB.com | 04/12/12 12:06 AM ET DENVER — Former Giants outfielder Pat Burrell will throw out the ceremonial first pitch Tuesday when the Giants play the Phillies, the team Burrell played with most of his career. Burrell played with the
Pat Burrell will sign a one-day minor league contract with the Phillies to retire as a member of the organization that drafted him.
BREAKING: Pat Burrell To Retire As A Phillie. Hey, do you have tickets to see the Phillies face the Boston Red Sox on May 19th? If you do, you will see the final appearance of Pat Burrell, as he throws out the first pitch and