Yogi Berra retires

May 9, 2021 | This Day In Baseball

May 9, 1965 – Yogi Berra strikes out three times in an 8-2 New York Mets loss to the Milwaukee Braves. It was just the third three-strikeout game of his 19-year career. He retired the moment the last out was in the books.
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