Free agent starter Tom Glavine is unlikely to attempt a comeback next, his agent told the Boston Globe. Glavine is definitely a first ballot Hall of Famer, and his career in baseball likely is not over. Glavine has reportedly received broadcasting inquiries, so we could see him calling games as early as next season.
Glavine's 305 wins ranks 21st all time, but he has the fourth most wins for a lefty behind Warren Spahn, Steve Carlton, and Eddie Plank. He won the Cy Young in 1991 and 1998, and has won a World Series title. His career came full circle when he signed with Atlanta in 2008. Aside from a five year stint in New York, Glavine played for sixteen seasons with the Braves.