Another Major League Baseball player calls it quits.

FOX's Matt Napolitano has the story:

Rangers designated hitter Prince Fielder choked back tears as he announced his retirement in a press conference Wednesday:

(Fielder) "Since two spinal fusions, you know, I can't play Major League Baseball anymore."

Fielder, with his sons by his side, was sporting a brace following his second neck procedure in three years.

The 32-year-old played 12 seasons in Major League Baseball as a member of the Brewers, Tigers and Rangers.

Fielder retires a six-time MLB All-Star, a three-time Silver Slugger Award winner and the youngest player to ever hit 50 home runs in a season.

Matt Napolitano, FOX News.

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