Barry Zito Announces RetirementA Cy Young Award winner, an all-star, a 20-game winner and a World Series champion, Barry Zito has done it all in his 15-year baseball career. After playing his last few games with the Oakland A's, Zito announced Monday he is retiring from the game of baseball.
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At 36, Lefty Barry Zito Returns To Work With A's