Back in June, Glavine said he would not return to the majors in 2009 after being released by Atlanta. He mentioned returning for 2010 and has been linked to the Washington Nationals, but apparently that has changed. If true, the left-hander ends his career having played from 1987-2008, all but five years (Mets) with the Braves. He as a 305-203 record with a 3.54 ERA in 682 starts and should have no trouble entering the Hall of Fame. The 43-year old won the Cy Young in 1991 and 1998, finishing second or third three other times. Clifton mentioned that he has received calls about broadcasting opportunities for the 10-time All-Star, so look for him on the tubes, not on the mound, in 2010.