Hawaii’s Kurt Suzuki will be calling it a career after 16 years in Major League Baseball.

The Maui native confirmed his decision to retire at the end of the 2022 season with the Orange County Register on Tuesday.

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The Baldwin graduate, is currently in his second season with the Angels, batting .179 with four home runs and 14 RBI in 48 games.

Suzuki, who won a World Series with the Washington Nationals, was also an MLB All-Star with the Minnesota Twins, Over the course of his career, Suzuki is a .255 hitter with 143 home runs and 729 RBI, which are both MLB records for Hawaii-born players. His 1,632 games played and 295 doubles are island-highs as well.

Suzuki and the Angels will close out the season with a three-game series in Oakland from Oct. 3-5 to take on the Athletics, the same franchise that drafted Suzuki n the second round of the 2004 MLB Draft out of Cal State Fullerton.