Marcus Semien

Marcus Semien

Personal Information

Full Name Marcus Andrew Semien
Date of Birth September 17, 1990
Nationality American
Height 1.85 m
Role Shortstop

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Marcus Semien credits chip on his shoulder after claiming Heart & Hustle Award - "I do feel like the underdog at times" Marcus Semien credits chip on his shoulder after claiming Heart & Hustle Award - "I do feel like the underdog at times"
Marcus Semien credits chip on his shoulder after claiming Heart & Hustle Award - "I do feel like the underdog at times"

Marcus Semien: A Brief Biography

FAQs

A. Marcus Andrew Semien is the full name of Marcus Semien.

A. Marcus Semien has made two All-Star appearances in his career. He was selected to the American League team in 2021 and 2023.

A. Marcus Semien made a MLB record in 2021 of most home runs by second baseman in a single season. He hit 45 home runs in 2021.

A. Marcus Semien primarily plays as a shortstop. However, he has also played some games at second base and third base throughout his career.

A. Marcus Semien started his MLB career in 2013 with the Chicago White Sox (2013-2014) and later played for Oakland Athletics (2015–2020), Toronto Blue Jays (2021), and Texas Rangers (2022–present).