Monday, April 12th, 2038
Anson Budo-Chubb said he’s incredibly grateful for getting a chance to play with the Grey Havens Stars organization, but this season will be his last.
“I’m extremely loyal to the team, but that’s why I have to walk away. I think there’s probably someone younger and better who can come in and take my spot,” the 38-year-old said. “I’m grateful for all the opportunities I’ve gotten in pro ball.”
In his 390-game career Budo-Chubb has tagged 223 hits with 35 doubles, no triples and 25 home runs. His lifetime batting average is .248 with 104 RBIs and 110 runs scored.