Infielder Alex Cintron has retired, tweets Padres Triple-A broadcaster Tim Hagerty. Cintron had signed a minor league deal with the Padres earlier this month after a brief stint in the Nationals organization.
Cintron, 32, finishes with a .275/.313/.394 line in 2,217 plate appearances for the Diamondbacks, White Sox, Orioles, and Nationals. He played shortstop, second base, and third base. Cintron's best season was with the 2003 D'Backs, when he hit .317/.359/.489 with 13 home runs. The Puerto Rico native earned over $4MM in his big league career, according to Baseball Reference.