Update: Millwood will retire after 16 seasons in the majors, the Shelby Star reports. "I’m just ready to retire," Millwood said.
Recommendation: Millwood wanted to play "close to home," but after receiving no offers that fulfilled this request, he decided to call it quits. He will retire at the age of 38, having played for seven major league teams -- Atlanta, Philadelphia, Cleveland, Texas, Baltimore, Colorado, and Seattle. He owns a career record of 169-152 with a 4.11 ERA and a 1.328 WHIP.