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Edwin Jackson (Baseball)
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Baseball Player
    (September 9, 1983- )
    Born in Neu-Ulm, Bavaria, Germany
    Raised in Columbus, Georgia
    Pitcher for the Los Angeles Dodgers (2003-05); Tampa Bay Rays (2006-08), Detroit Tigers (2009), Arizona Diamondbacks (2010), Chicago White Sox (2010–11), St. Louis Cardinals (2011), Washington Nationals (2012, 2017), Chicago Cubs (2013-15), Atlanta Braves (2015), Miami Marlins (2016), San Diego Padres (2016), Baltimore Orioles (2017) and Oakland Athletics
    As of 2018, he has been a member of 13 different teams.
    He played on seven teams in a three year span between 2015 and 2018.
    He was initially drafted as an outfielder, before making the switch to pitching.
    He shares his name with the late football player, which easily caused confusion upon learning about the latter's death in 2018.
    He sports a tattoo of two dice that equal nine on his forearm.
    He is the first player in the modern era of Major League Baseball to play in all six divisions.
    He was born on an American military base in Germany.
    He recorded his first major league victory on his 20th birthday in a game against Randy Johnson (2003).
    He was a member of the Cardinals World Series Championship team (2011).
    He wore #36 as a member of the Dodgers to pay homage to Don Newcombe.
    He pitched a no-hitter (June 25, 2010).

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