2022 Media Guide

BC steve soliz

Steve Soliz enters his third season with the Colorado Rockies system and his second with the Grizzlies. This season, Soliz will be the bench coach after working as the developmet supervisor in 2021. Last year, Soliz and Cancel facilitated one of the best fielding and running teams in all of professional baseball. The Grizzlies led Low-A West in 2021 in fielding percentage (.974) and stolen bases (221). The latter was a Grizzlies franchise record. In 2019, Soliz managed the Short-Season club in Boise. Prior to joining the Rockies, Soliz spent 15 seasons with the Angels organization. He most recently coached with the Major League team, serving as the catching and information coach. Before taking that role, he was the Halos bullpen catcher for eight seasons from 2003 to 2010. Soliz was originally selected by the Cleveland Indians in the 13th round of the 1993 First-Year Player Draft. He enjoyed eight professional seasons as a catcher with Cleveland (1993-99) and San Diego (2000-01). Over 473 minor league games, Soliz compiled a .236 batting average with 168 runs scored, 62 doubles, three triples, 13 home runs and 144 RBI. He was most notably a catcher in the 1998 Triple-A World Series. In the offseason, Soliz resides in San Juan Capistrano, California with his wife Heather and daughter Charlotte.

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