So it seems.
According to a report in the NY Post, Billy Wagner is “planning to retire.”
Wagner, who was traded from the Mets to the Boston Red Sox on Aug. 25 for Chris Carter and Eddie Lora, appeared in only 15 games for the Sox. He posted a 1.98 ERA and 1.098 WHIP in 13 2-3 innings.
"I don't plan on talking to nobody," Wagner said, when asked where he might pitch next season.
Does that mean retirement?
"Why wouldn't I?" he said. "I've got nothing else to [accomplish]."
In that case, happy trails, Wagner. Enjoy your alpacas.