Former San Francisco Giants star Hunter Pence announced his retirement from MLB on Saturday.
A two-time World Series champion with the Giants and four-time All-Star, Pence used social media to call an end to his 14-year career.
The 37-year-old outfielder was designated for assignment by the Giants in August after hitting two home runs and six RBIs in 52 at-bats this season.
Pence wrote via Twitter: "Nothing can really prepare you for this part of your career when you have to say: I am retiring from baseball.
"Forever thankful and Gr8ful."
Pence started his MLB career with the Houston Astros in 2007 before joining the Philadelphia Phillies four years later.
He moved to the Giants in 2012, winning two World Series titles during his time in San Francisco, where he remained until the end of 2018.
In his one season with the Texas Rangers, Pence hit 18 homers and 59 RBIs in 83 appearances before returning to the Giants.
Pence ends his MLB career with 244 home runs, 942 RBIs and a .279 average from 1,707 games.