Nomar Garciaparra rejoined the Boston Red Sox for one day and retired, ending a 14-year career to become an analyst for ESPN. Garciaparra, 36, played parts of nine seasons with the Red Sox. He was a six-time All-Star shortstop who captured the 1997 American League Rookie of the Year Award and won batting titles in 1999 and 2000 but was traded to the Chicago Cubs in 2004, the season Boston won its first World Series in 86 years. He had a .313 career average with 229 home runs.

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