Dee Gordon is one of the quickest players in baseball.
The Seattle Mariners star led the MLB in stolen bases in 2014, 2015 and 2017.
His trophy case also includes a Gold Glove award, Silver Slugger award and two All-Star selections.
Not bad for a kid who didn't even play baseball until his senior year of high school.
Despite his father, Tom Gordon, being a long-time reliever in the MLB, Dee was obsessed with basketball during his younger days.
It wasn't until his senior year of high school that he decided to finally give baseball a shot.
"He's the one who got me into playing baseball because I didn't like baseball. I played basketball in high school. Finally, he talked me into trying baseball my senior year in high school," Dee told MLive.com. "After I did well with it, I liked it a lot."
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