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Brad Penner-USA TODAY Sports
Former LSU baseball player DJ LeMahieu was named the first-team All-MLB second baseman Wednesday night. Per NYDailyNews:
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It was LeMahieu’s second straight first-team honors for an award that was only introduced in 2019.

With his .364 batting average leading all of baseball, LeMahieu was a finalist for the MVP and already won a Silver Slugger Award. His 2020 American League batting title made him the second player in history and the only player in modern history to win a batting title in both leagues.
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bengalman42 months
Beast in stripes!
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Coloradeaux42 months
Geaux DJ that's my Dj!
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CajunBullet42 months
A "Bad Arse" to the bone! Keep on swinging that bat DJ!
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Tiger198842 months
Big Country doing Big Country things. Straight up boss.
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