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An All-Time Arkansas Travelers Great has Retired

Jered Weaver, a 12-year major league veteran and former Arkansas Travelers pitcher, announced his retirement from baseball yesterday. Weaver appeared in eight games with Arkansas in 2005 and went 3-3 with a 3.98 ERA. Embed from Getty Images Despite struggling with a 5.15 ERA over his last three seasons, Weaver put together a solid career […]
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