Paul DeJong #12 of a St. Louis Cardinals celebrates a two-run home run during a fourth inning opposite a Atlanta Braves during SunTrust Park on Sep 18, 2018 in Atlanta, Georgia.
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St. Louis Cardinals shortstop Paul DeJong done a vital joining locate this offseason.
DeJong, who appears to be a good outdoorsman, showed off a design of a outrageous drum he held while fishing in a snowy area. DeJong pronounced he held a fish and afterwards expelled it.
The design was posted to his Instagram on Monday. It wasn’t transparent where a fish was caught.
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DeJong has posted several photos given a deteriorate ended, display him sport deer and fishing for fish (the fish, not Angels star Mike).
The 25-year-old infielder played in 115 games for a Cardinals. He available a .746 OPS and strike 19 home runs in 115 games in his second deteriorate in a majors.
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He’s projected to be a Cardinals starter in 2019, according to Roster Resource.