There is a long list of names that Dodgers fans will have a tough time remembering years from now. It seems like there have been so many random veteran names to come through the organization and leave. That includes Steven Souza Jr.
Once a third-round pick in the 2007 draft, Souza only had a brief run of success in the big leagues. But even after contemplating retirement, he came to play for the Dodgers during the 2021 season. He would spend just 17 games at the big league level but still managed to get a playoff spot with injuries to the roster.
As it turns out, those will be the only postseason at-bats of his career. The former Dodgers outfielder is calling it a career after 8 seasons in the big leagues. Best of luck in whatever is next for you, Steven!
Time to call it a Career pic.twitter.com/pQ77oLYAkn
— Steven Souza (@SouzaJr) July 19, 2022
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