|Birth Name||David John LeMahieu|
|Famous Name||DJ LeMahieu|
|Birth Place||Visalia, California|
|Currently Working For||New York Yankees|
|Net Worth||$10 million|
|Weight in KG||93 kg|
|Married to||Jordan LeMahieu|
|School attended||Brother Rice High School|
|University attended||Louisiana State University|
|Full Name||DJ LeMahieu|
|Current team||New York Yankees|
|Position in Team||second baseman|
|Past Team||Chicago Cubs, and Colorado Rockies|
|Birth Date||July 13, 1988|
|School Location||Bloomfield Township, Oakland County, Michigan|
|University Team||LSU Tigers baseball|
|Height||1.93 m (6 feet 3 inches)|
DJ LeMahieu is an American professional Baseball player who plays in the Major League Baseball (MLB). As of 2018, DJ LeMahieu currently plays for the New York Yankees as their second baseman. DJ LeMahieu has played for other teams like the Chicago Cubs, and Colorado Rockies.
As a second baseman, DJ LeMahieu reportedly earns around $12,000,000 as his yearly salary from New York Yankees. Further, DJ LeMahieu has an estimated net worth of over $10 million. Additionally, he is married to his lovely wife Jordan LeMahieu.
As of 2019, DJ LeMahieu has an estimated net worth of over $10 million. He reportedly signed a 2 year/ $24,000,000, including $24,000,000 guaranteed with New York Yankees in 2019.
Jacoby Ellsbury is one of the highest earners of the team with an annual salary of $21.14M.
Further, the MLB player has an average salary of $12,000,000 annually. Additionally, DJ LeMahieu so far has made earnings of $19,087,330 from his entire MLB career while Alex Rodriguez is the all-time highest earner in MLB, having the annual earnings of $437.2 million.
LeMahieu Career Contract and Earning, including bonus and incentives:
Further, the MLB Player DJ LeMahieu earns a good amount of money from various sponsorships, adding an amount to his current net worth.
He owns a house in Birmingham, Michigan which he purchased for $1.35 million in December 2016.
As per his relationship status, he is a married man. The famous second baseman is married to his beautiful wife, Jordan LeMahieu. The couple met in college at a Halloween party at LSU.
Further, his wife Jordan is a real state agent by profession.
Further, the spouse tied a knot on 2014 but the detailed information about where they got married is still not disclosed. The information about their children is still behind the curtains. Additionally, the duo is living a happy life with no rumors of divorce or separation.
Getting the offseason started off right pic.twitter.com/BUu7BzDglJ
— DJ LeMahieu (@DJLeMahieu) October 3, 2013
Talking about his body measurement, the Famous MLB star is 1.93 m (6 feet 3 inches) in height and weighs around 93 kg.
DJ LeMahieu was born on July 13, 1988, in Visalia, California to parents Tom LeMahieu and Joan LeMahieu. Additionally, he is American and belongs to White ethnic group. Further, his star sign is Cancer.
DJ LeMahieu attended Brother Rice High School in Bloomfield Township, Oakland County, Michigan where he played for his high school baseball team. His career average in high school was 459 with 201 hits. He was an all- American Aflac as a junior. He was also a two time Gatorade player of the year and Louisville Slugger Player of the Year for Michigan State.
After completing high school, DJ LeMahieu enrolled at Louisiana State University and played for the LSU Tigers baseball. LeMahieu took part in the 2008 and 2009 College World Series as a member of the LSU Baseball programme. LeMahieu has been named pre-season All American by Collegiate Baseball before the 2009 season.
In the second round of the 2009 Major League Baseball draft, the Chicago Cubs selected LeMahieu with the 79th overall selection. Later, the Cubs traded LeMahieu and Tyler Colvin for the Casey Weathers and Ian Stewart in the Colorado Rockies on 8 December 2011.
In 2014, LeMahieu batted .267/.315/.348 in 2014 with five house runs in 494. Defensively, he had an 11.0 Ultimate Zone Rating, the first in the National League and the third in the major countries. With 16 Defensive Runs, he won his first Gold Glove and led the majors with 99 double plays.