Generally in the game of baseball, when men are pushing 40, it becomes time to hang up the cleats and take up golfing, fishing, or pickleball down in Florida. It's difficult to accept the natural progression of creaky bones, bad backs and sore knees, but it is what it is. They get old and have difficulty competing with scrappy 21-year-old center fielders.
Such is not the case with Brian Giles. In fact, he's pretty sure he can still hit and field a baseball at the big league level.
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