First baseman Don Mattingly said Monday night that he believes the 1995 season will be his last with the New York Yankees.
Mattingly, 34, made the comments during an interview with Madison Square Garden Network.
"It's a situation where I feel it's my last 20 games with the Yankees and I really want to be on the field," Mattingly said. "I don't want to spend it sitting in the dugout, so it's time to go."
Mattingly, a Yankee for 12 years, is hitting .278 with six homers and 42 RBIs.