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Meet the 2016 Tampa Bay Rays: Steven Souza Jr.

What impression did Steven Souza Jr.'s mission trip to the Phillipines leave on him? How proud is the Rays outfielder of winning the longest drive competition at the Players Trust golf event? His wife is a flight attendant; how does he do on flights? What is his go-to karaoke song? Does the former football player ever wonder what it would be like to play in the NFL? Does he have a hidden talent? Watch his Meet the Rays video and get to know Souza better.

Steven Souza Jr. [WILL VRAGOVIC | Times]

Steven Souza Jr. [WILL VRAGOVIC | Times]

Meet the 2016 Tampa Bay Rays: Steven Souza Jr. 03/28/16 [Last modified: Monday, March 28, 2016 9:40am]
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