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PHO2001050905 - 09 MAY 2001 - PHOENIX, ARIZONA, USA: Jason La Rue, Cincinnati Reds' catcher, and David Dellucci, Arizona Diamondbacks' pinch hitter, watch an 8th inning three run homer by Dellucci sail into the stands during the Diamondbacks' home game against the Reds in Phoenix, Arizona, May 9, 2001. The Diamondbacks won the game 5 - 3 on the strength of Dellucci's home run. cc/jk/Jack Kurtz UPI
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David Michael Dellucci (born October 31, 1973 in Baton Rouge, Louisiana) is a outfielder who is currently a free agent.

Dellucci graduated from Catholic High in Baton Rouge in 1991. He earned the team's Most Valuable Player honors in both baseball and football, and also earned All-State honors for baseball. Dellucci was voted "Man of the Year" in high school for his success as a student athlete and for being a role model for youth. During the winter of 2001, he was inducted into the Catholic HS Hall of Fame.

He played four seasons at the University of Mississippi (Ole Miss), where he was an All-Southeastern Conference selection in both 1994 and 1995 and earned All-American status in 1995, setting 10 school records while leading the SEC in hitting. He was named Athlete of the Year at Ole Miss in 1995.

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