Former Brewers Outfielder Geoff Jenkins will formally announce his retirement from baseball in a press conference on Friday, July 9 at Miller Park.
Jenkins played 11 Major League seasons, 10 of which came as a member of the Milwaukee Brewers. He played his final season, 2008, with Philadelphia. He made his Major League debut with the Brewers on April 28, 1998 and was named a National League All-Star in 2003.
Jenkins ranks among the Brewers all-time leaders in nearly every offensive statistical category, including home runs (2nd, 212), slugging percentage (2nd, .496), RBI (4th, 704), total bases (4th, 2188), extra base hits (4th, 521), doubles (4th, 287), at-bats (5th, 4407), runs (5th, 661), hits (5th, 1221), games (6th, 1234), on base percentage (6th, .347), batting average (T7th, .277) and triples (8th, 22).
Jenkins played the 2008 season in Philadelphia where he won a World Series ring.