Granderson also had two World Series appearances in his career, including as a young star in 2006 with the Tigers, who fell to the St. Louis Cardinals. He returned there in 2015 with the Mets, but was the victim of the Kansas City Royals' first World Series Title, leaving the speedy outfielder without a title in his career. He spent the last years of his career with the likes of the Milwaukee Brewers, Miami Marlins, Los Angeles Dodgers, and Toronto Blue Jays.
The three-time All-Star finishes his career with a .249 average with 344 home runs and 937 RBIs, and received plenty of love from his former teams on social media. That included a special thank you message from the Mets, and the Tigers posting multiple videos of the numerous highlight catches throughout his career. He was always known as one of the nicest guys in the game of baseball, and he is expected to stick around in some capacity in the near future.