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Former baseball player Carlos Delgado, of Puerto Rico, and his son Carlos Antonio laugh during a press conference where Delgado announced his retirement in San Juan, Puerto Rico, Wednesday April 13, 2011. The two-time All-Star played 17 major league seasons, finishing with 473 home runs and a .280 batting average. He played for the Blue Jays from 1993-2004, went to the Florida Marlins for a season and finished out his career with the Mets from 2006-2009.  Delgado stopped playing in the majors in May 2009 and had two hip surgeries in nine months.  (AP Photo/Ricardo Arduengo)
Photo by: Ricardo Arduengo
Former baseball player Carlos Delgado, of Puerto Rico, and his son Carlos Antonio laugh during a press conference where Delgado announced his retirement in San Juan, Puerto Rico, Wednesday April 13, 2011. The two-time All-Star played 17 major league seasons, finishing with 473 home runs and a .280 batting average. He played for the Blue Jays from 1993-2004, went to the Florida Marlins for a season and finished out his career with the Mets from 2006-2009. Delgado stopped playing in the majors in May 2009 and had two hip surgeries in nine months. (AP Photo/Ricardo Arduengo)

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