Jim Sundberg retiring as Texas Rangers senior executive vice president

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The Texas Rangers have announced Jim Sundberg is retiring as the team's senior executive vice president as of the end of the season

Jim Sundberg, Senior Executive Vice President with the Texas Rangers, is retiring as of the end of the season.

Sundberg is one of the legendary players in the Rangers' history, finishing 4th in the Rookie of the Year balloting in 1974, winning six straight Gold Gloves, and appearing in a pair of All Star Games for the Rangers, prior to being traded to the Milwaukee Brewers prior to the 1984 season for catcher Ned Yost.

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