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Steve Pearce Retired, Says Red Sox Didn’t Cheat

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2018 World Series MVP Steve Pearce, who propelled the Boston Red Sox to the World Series Championship after smacking 3 home runs and knocking in 8 RBIs when the Red Sox defeated the Los Angeles Dodgers in the 2018 World Series, says that he is retired following 13 years in the majors.

Pearce, 37, who was providing commentary as WEEI rebroadcasted Game 1 of the World Series, not only said that he is retired, but said that the allegations that the Red Sox cheated was a “joke” to them.

“You know what? It has been a good run. I have 10 years in there. Right now I am officially retired,” Pearce said, according to ESPN.

“That’s such a joke to us,” Pearce said on WEEI. “When it came out we were all kind of joking about it. We just want this to pass us. We won it fair and square. Whatever they accused us of, we were all kind of like, ‘I can’t believe this is even an issue.’ Once the report comes out we’re all going to be free.

“You don’t like it, especially that we were the champions and individually I have that award. And we have this floating over our head when we just had such an unbelievable season. We had the perfect team and great camaraderie with everybody and then this gets thrown out here. We’re just like, ‘What the heck?'”

Major League Baseball is investigation the allegations but has not yet released its findings.

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