Former Clemson outfielder Jeff Schaus told the Dodgers he is retiring from baseball. It ends a very short pro career. L.A. took Schaus in the 16th round of last month’s MLB draft. Schaus played four years at Clemson and was drafted three times during his career. Texas took him in the 35th round after his senior year in high school, last year the Indians selected him in the 27th round before the Dodgers took him this year.
Schaus told the Naples News he was not having as much fun as he thought he should be. He made the decision Saturday and flew home to Florida later that day.