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Free agent Mike Lieberthal said he's retiring after 14 big-league seasons.

The Dodgers declined to bring Lieberthal back for $1.5 million. "If they would have picked up my option, I probably would have played one more year," Lieberthal said. "But I didn't want to go anywhere else. ... I'm totally in a very happy place now." Lieberthal, who turned 36 last month, finishes his career with a .274/.337/446 line, 150 homers and 610 RBI in 4,218 at-bats. The two-time All-Star had his best year in 1999, hitting .300 with 31 homers and 96 RBI.

 

--- RotoWorld.com

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