Active seniors still living the good life
To Jamie Moyer, Gary Sheffield and the Big Unit, age is just another number
When Julio Franco announced his retirement last year at age 49, it gave new meaning to the phrase "all good things must come to an end."
Baseball hasn't shown much love for its seniors recently. Last winter, Luis Gonzalez, Frank Thomas, Damion Easley, Mark Grudzielanek and Jim Edmonds were among the players on one side or the other of 40 who could barely get a sniff.
But some middle-agers keep on ticking, and trolling for milestones. Phillies starter Jamie Moyer failed Monday in his ...
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