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Mark Buehrle May Consider Retirement After 2011

According to Phil Rogers of the Chicago Tribune, White Sox pitcher Mark Buehrle "was talking about walking away from baseball after the 2011 season, when his contract expires."  Buehrle wondered if he'll prefer a one-year deal after his current contract ends.  He spoke about missing his family deeply when he's away and guaranteed that he won't be pitching at age 40.

Speaking of Buehrle, MLB.com's Scott Merkin has his line on the Sox signing Bartolo Colon: "I think they got him so I wouldn't be the fattest pitcher on the staff."








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