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Daric Barton
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Baseball Player
    (August 16, 1985- )
    Born in Springfield, Vermont
    First baseman for the Oakland Athletics
    Drafted 28th overall by the St. Louis Cardinals in the 2003 Major League Draft
    He has an unusual spelling of his first name.
    He struggled with consistency issues during his first few major league seasons.
    He is considered a hot dog hitter by baseball pundits.
    He wound up on the disabled list after he hit his head diving into a shallow pool, which required him to receive six staples in the crown of his head.
    He was originally drafted as a catcher, but was converted to a first baseman after the team became concerned about his defensive abilities.
    He was one of the prospects the A's acquired in the Mark Mulder trade.
    He was considered a highly ranked prospect in the Cardinals system, which made him a key piece in the Mulder trade.
    Despite being designated for assignment, he was able to return to the A's and be a contributing member of the lineup upon his return.
    He recorded two hits in his debut major league game (2007).
    He admitted his decision to jump in a shallow pool was stupid and was thankful he only received minor injuries.

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