Former Angels pitcher Jered Weaver is stepping away from the game.
The current San Diego Padres righty announced his retirement Wednesday via a statement shared by the team:
Drafted by the Angels No. 12 overall in the 2004 draft, Weaver spent 11 seasons with the Halos. As an Angels, Weaver won 150 games, second on the Angels all-time list, and was top three in Cy Young voting in two seasons.
Weaver also threw a no-hitter for the Angels in 2012.