Greg Johns’ farewell thoughts on Mariners

SEATTLE — In my 10 seasons covering the Mariners for MLB.com, Inboxes have been one of the constants and a nice way to communicate with readers who have questions. But this will be my final Inbox, given this is my final day with MLB.com. Yep, I’m retiring after 41 years

SEATTLE — In my 10 seasons covering the Mariners for MLB.com, Inboxes have been one of the constants and a nice way to communicate with readers who have questions. But this will be my final Inbox, given this is my final day with MLB.com. Yep, I’m retiring after 41 years in sports writing.

Since I announced my retirement on Twitter last week, a lot of these farewell questions have to do with my own experiences. And while I normally avoid writing about myself, if there ever was a time, I guess this is it! Thanks to all who have followed along over the years. It truly has been an amazing ride.

In the most 2020 of timing … some personal news. Now that I finally got my Twitter back after 6 weeks of being hacked, I can report that I’m retiring after 41 years in the sports writing biz next week.

Thanks to all for reading and following all these years! It’s been awesome!

— Greg Johns (@GregJohnsMLB) December 22, 2020

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— Scott H., Kent, Wash.

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I’m still a Tweeter, but retired after 41 years in sports writing biz, including last 10 for https://t.co/XdAcDlhXHX. Also still working as proud husband, dad & grandpa.

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