American professional baseball second baseman, shortstop, and centre fielder Devaris “Dee” Strange-Gordon (born Gordon; born April 22, 1988) is currently playing for the Washington Nationals of Major League Baseball.
He was born in the city of Gordon (MLB). He began his career in Major League Baseball with the Los Angeles Dodgers and went on to play for the Miami Marlins and the Seattle Mariners.
When Strange-Gordon was playing for the Dodgers, his primary position was at shortstop, but when he was playing for the Marlins, his primary position was at second base.
After joining the Mariners in 2018, he began his career with the team by playing centre field. Two years later, in 2020, he switched to playing left field.
While playing with the Marlins for the first time since 2015, Strange-Gordon had a batting average of.333, a total of 205 hits, and 58 stolen bases.
He finished top of the National League in all three categories and became the first player since Jackie Robinson in 1949 to be first in the National League in both batting average and stolen bases.
Robinson was also a second baseman. Over the course of 2010s, Strange-Gordon stole 330 bases, more than any other player in the league.
Strange-Gordon was given a suspension from Major League Baseball on April 29, 2016, for a total of 80 games due to his use of performance-enhancing drugs.
Exogenous testosterone and clostebol were found in his system in positive amounts.
How Old Is Dee Strange-Gordon?
Born on April 22, 1988, in Windermere, Florida, United States, Dee Strange-Gordon is a resident of the United States. He is 35 years old at this point.