LOS ANGELES — The life and times of Glenn Burke are too big to squeeze into one night, but the Los Angeles Dodgers finally are giving it their best shot.

In staging their ninth annual LGBTQ+ Pride Night, they will celebrate their former outfielder — and the first major leaguer to have come out as gay — on Friday during their series with the Mets.

Call it closing the circle 44 years later. Call it righting a wrong after they drove him out of town in 1978. Call it what you will.