LaTroy Hawkins says he will retire after the 2015 season.
"It's pretty simple. My daughter needs me," the right-hander said. "She's at that age where life starts to gets tougher, when things start changing. My wife [Anita] and I have talked about this. I want to be there for her, and I don't want all of that on my wife's shoulders."
Hawkins' daughter Troi is 13.
"Kind of a challenging age, don't you think?" Hawkins told the Post. "She loves what I do, and she loves the major league life, but now it's time for me to be home more often."
Hawkins is the oldest active player in the major leagues. He went 4-3 with a 3.31 ERA and 23 saves last season with the Rockies.