Orlando Cabrera retires

Orlando Cabrera, who helped the Red Sox to the 2004 World Series title, told a radio station in his native Colombia that he was retiring.

Cabrera, 37, played for nine teams over 15 seasons, hitting .272 with 123 home runs and two Gold Gloves.

Cabrera played 58 games for the Red Sox in 2004, hitting .294 with six homers and 31 RBIs. He then hit .288 in the postseason.

Thanks to Luis, who dropped the info to us on Twitter.

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