There is no set age for baseball players to retire, as retirement decisions are typically based on a number of factors, such as a player’s physical abilities, health, and personal circumstances.
Most professional baseball players retire in their late 30s or early 40s, although some players have continued to play at a high level into their 40s and beyond. The oldest player to ever play in a Major League Baseball game was Satchel Paige, who was 59 years old when he played his last game in 1965.
In general, the decision to retire from baseball is a personal one that takes into account a player’s physical and mental health, their performance on the field, and their personal and financial goals. Some players may choose to retire earlier in their careers to pursue other opportunities or to avoid the physical toll of playing the sport, while others may continue playing as long as they are able to perform at a high level and enjoy the game.