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Jered Weaver announces retirement from baseball

LOS ANGELES _ Jered Weaver, who won more games than all but one pitcher in Los Angeles Angels history and left about $60 million on the table to play for them, announced his retirement Wednesday.

Weaver, 34, a three-time All-Star for the Angels and the franchise's most recent 20-game winner, called it a career after failing to win in any

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