Rays' Steven Souza: Avoids arbitration with Tampa Bay
This was the first year Souza was an arbitration-eligible player, and the outfielder collected a $3 million raise heading into the 2018 season. He slashed .239/.351/.459 with career highs in home runs (30), RBI (78), stolen bases (16), doubles (21) and runs (78) as a full-time starter in 2017. He will be a consistent presence in right field for Tampa Bay next year, and provides a safe option in the fantasy realm.
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