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Ian Snell Retires

Pitcher Ian Snell has retired, tweets B.J. Rains of FOXSportsMidwest.com.  The Cardinals sent Snell to minor league camp and he instead elected to hang up his cleats.  Snell, 29, had signed a minor league contract with the Cardinals in January after being let go by the Mariners.  He was described as eager and excited just last month upon arriving in Florida.

Snell's best season was 2007, when as a 25-year-old he posted a 3.76 ERA in 208 innings.  That performance earned him a three-year, $8.6MM extension, but he quickly lost effectiveness.








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