Adam Dunn has played 2,001 games, walking to the plate 8,328 times and clubbing 462 homers.
But the 14th year of his MLB career came to an end late Tuesday night/early Wednesday morning and Dunn still has yet to play in a postseason game.
Dunn, traded to Oakland in August, did not play in the Royals-A's AL wild card game Tuesday in Kansas City. It was the only time he had been on a team that even made the postseason.
But nothing has changed Dunn's decision to retire, and he insists he has no regrets.
"That's probably it," he told reporters in Kansas City.
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