After a thirteen-year major league career with five different clubs, Aubrey Huff has officially announced his retirement from baseball. He recently accepted a job with the Pac-12 network, and is interested in a broadcasting career now that his playing days are over.
"I'm officially done. I have no desire to play anymore," Huff said over the phone on Saturday. "That has come and gone. I couldn't even imagine picking up a bat and trying to get ready for the whole grind of a baseball season anymore. I'm enjoying this way too much, just hanging out."
"I just got a job working for the Pac-12 network announcing college games, and I start that in February. I hired a broadcasting agent, so I have some auditions coming up to do some broadcasting stuff. I'll get into that soon, it's something to keep me busy," Huff said. "As far as playing, I've had my fun. I've won some World Series, put up some good numbers, and made some money. I'm very happy with how my career went, and I'm done."