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Jerry Hairston Jr.

baseball player

Jerry Hairston Jr. is ...


Born 29 May 1976 in Des Moines
Age 47 years, 1 months

Sex or gender male
Country of citizenship United States of America
Father Jerry Hairston, Sr.
Sibling Scott Hairston
Occupation baseball player
Country for sport United States of America
Handedness right-handedness
Twitter username TheRealJHair
Instagram username therealjhair
Sport baseball
Significant event 1995 Major League Baseball draft, 1997 Major League Baseball draft, Major League Baseball initial signing and Major League Baseball debut
Member of sports team Baltimore Orioles, Chicago Cubs, Texas Rangers, Cincinnati Reds, New York Yankees, San Diego Padres, Washington Nationals, Milwaukee Brewers, Los Angeles Dodgers and Rochester Red Wings
Educated at Naperville North High School, Southern Illinois University Carbondale and Southern Illinois University

About Jerry Hairston Jr.

Jerry Hairston Jr. is a baseball player who has made a name for himself in the sport. Born on May 29, 1976, in Des Moines, Iowa, Hairston grew up in a family of baseball players. His father, Jerry Hairston Sr., played for the Chicago White Sox, while his grandfather, Sam Hairston, played in the Negro Leagues.

Hairston began his professional baseball career in 1998 when he was drafted by the Baltimore Orioles. He played for the Orioles for four seasons before being traded to the Chicago Cubs in 2001. Hairston spent two seasons with the Cubs before being traded to the Texas Rangers in 2003.

Hairston's versatility as a player has been one of his greatest strengths. He has played multiple positions, including second base, shortstop, third base, and outfield. This has made him a valuable asset to the teams he has played for.

In 2006, Hairston signed with the Washington Nationals, where he played for two seasons. He then played for the Cincinnati Reds for three seasons before signing with the Los Angeles Dodgers in 2011. Hairston played for the Dodgers for two seasons before being traded to the Chicago Cubs in 2013.

Hairston's career highlights include winning the World Series with the New York Yankees in 2009 and being named the National League Championship Series MVP in 2003 while playing for the Cubs.

Off the field, Hairston is known for his philanthropic work. He has been involved with numerous charities, including the Make-A-Wish Foundation and the Boys and Girls Club.

Hairston retired from baseball in 2014 and has since worked as a broadcaster for the Dodgers and MLB Network.


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