Four-time World Series champion Darryl Strawberry shocked viewers of Celebrity Apprentice on Sunday, when he became only the third person in Apprentice's nine-season history to quit the competition.
The retired MLB player, 48, says he only quit because of exhaustion due to a long year and a busy schedule. "I just hit a point where I was totally exhausted. I was running around and I just had nothing left in the tank," Strawberry said. "It wasn't anything personal. It wasn't about quitting."
Strawberry, whose 16-year baseball career included stints with both the New York Mets and the New York Yankees, said he sacrificed himself for the team. "Everybody was, you know, kind of throwing each other under the bus from time to time because nobody wants to leave," Strawberry said. "In my case, I figured I'll be the one to depart and let the team go forth. ... It wasn't about me. It was about the team. So I have no regrets."
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