Former New York Yankees first baseman Mark Teixeira is expected to become an ESPN analyst for the 2017 baseball season, according to the New York Times' David Waldstein.
Teixeira, who played his final game on Oct. 2, retired at 36 years old at the end of an eight-year, $180 million deal, playing eight of his 14 seasons with the Yankees.
He hit 409 home runs, 1,298 RBIs and 1,862 hits with four teams in his career. He made three All-Star Games and won five Gold Glove awards.
Teixeira was a guest host on "Mike and Mike" in 2014 and also made a cameo on the Showtime series "Billions."