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D.J. LeMahieu
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Baseball Player
    (July 13, 1988- )
    Born in Visalia, California
    Birth name is David John LeMahieu
    Second baseman for the Chicago Cubs (2011), Colorado Rockies (2012-18) and the New York Yankees
    Silver Slugger Award winner (2019)
    Gold Glove winner (2014, 2017, 2018)
    Fielding Bible Award winner (2017)
    He got his nickname of 'Big Fundy' as a result of being a player who showed strong fundamentals.
    He received little mainstream exposure as a result of playing on a mediocre Rockies team.
    Some baseball pundits thought his numbers were inflated as a result of playing in Colorado.
    He was allowed to leave the Rockies as a free agent, as the team was too cheap to pay him what he was worth in free agency.
    His role with the Yankees was initially intended to be a bench player.
    He was a member of the LSU baseball team that won the College World Series (2009).
    He established himself as an every day player upon being acquired by the Rockies.
    He tied a major league record by recording 12 assists in a single game.
    His versatility made him a valuable asset for the Rockies in the early years of his career.
    He wound up in the starting lineup for the Yankees, following injuries to their infield, and parlayed it into an All-Star season in his first year with the club.

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