33-year-old veteran outfielder Steven Souza Jr. has retired from professional baseball after an eight-year career.
Souza, who most recently played with the Seattle Mariners, made his retirement announcement through his Twitter account.
The right fielder was drafted by the Washington Nationals in the third round in 2007, and he made his MLB debut in 2014.
Souza ends his career with a respectable .229/.318/.411 slash line with 72 home runs, 207 RBI, 223 runs scored, and 42 stolen bases across 1,895 plate appearances in 505 games.
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