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Greg Maddux has officially announced his retirement from baseball.
The pitcher, 42, finishes eighth on the all-time list with 355 major league wins and an impressive career earned run average of 3.16.
Nicknamed "Mad Dog" for his competitiveness, Maddux spent 23 seasons at the top level, including stints with the Chicago Cubs, Atlanta Braves, Los Angeles Dodgers and San Diego Padres. He won his only World Series with the Braves in 1995.
"I'm just here to say thank you," he said. "I appreciate everything the game has given me.
"It's going to be hard to walk away, but it's time. I have a family now and I need to spend more time with them.
"I still think I can play the game, but not as well as I want, so it's time to say goodbye."
Maddux, who relied on pinpoint control and location rather than overwhelming power, won four consecutive National League Cy Young awards from 1992-95.
He earned eight All-Star selections, collected a record 18 Gold Gloves for his superb fielding and is a certainty for the Hall of Fame when eligible in five years time.
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