Originally Posted by WhiteSox5187
Not a chance he retires. He is not going to walk away from all that money.
Again, my scenario has him being financially compensated for his release - not the full amount but a sum agreeable for both sides.
If you are correct and he continues to "play" he becomes the first White Sox player, in my opinion, that would deserve a shower of boos before, during, and after every at bat.
When pitchers can no longer perform they disappear, regardless or age (see Carlos Zambrano). I don't get why the same rule doesn't apply to hitters (or maybe it does, just not in Chicago).