|Birth date||30 Mar, 1994|
|Citizenship||United States of America|
|Education||Louisiana State University|
|Description||American professional baseball infielder|
Alex Bregman from the United States of America happens to be a very professional baseball player playing as an infielder for the famed Houston Astros for the Major League Baseball commonly known as the MLB.
Born in the year of 1994, on the 30th of March, Alex took birth in the state of New Mexico in the city of Albuquerque to parents Sam Bregman the father and the mother Jackie Bregman. Both his parents happen to be lawyers and Alex also has two siblings who both happen to be younger to him, named Anthony and Jessica.
Alex’s father Sam played Baseball for the university of New Mexico as a freshman in the year of 1982. Furthermore, Alex’s father Sam was Alex’s primary inspiration to take up baseball as a career from the early years of his childhood.
Alex is a national of the United States of America. Information regarding his early childhood is relatively unknown to the general public as well as his fans. Alex is of North American ethnicity.
As for Alex’s education, he has attended the Albuquerque Academy and was later a student at the Louisiana state University commonly known as the LSU. Alex majored in the field of sports administration in in LSU and also played in the role of a shortstop for the very famous LSU Tigers which was a baseball team in the SEC also known as the Southeastern Conference.
Alex attained coaching at the travel Baseball teams and amidst the period of his high school at Albuquerque Academy by Jason Columbus and Ryan Kellner. He played as a catcher initially. Alex successfully led his team of high school players for the state championship by playing the shortstop in the year of 2009. He also very successfully fought the .678 while being a junior and also achieved and set a season record in the state of New Mexico by scoring a staggering 19 home run.
Alex has batted .546/.417/.369 with 18 doubles, 104 hits, six homers, 59 runs, 52 RBIs, 17 attempts, 16 steals and seven triples in the year of 2013. Furthermore, in the year of 2014, Alex batted .455/.397/.316 with 6 home runs, 12 stolen bases, 35 runs and 16 doubles.
Then in the year of 2015, Alex batted a staggering .534/.397/.316 with 6 home runs, 12 stolen bases, 22 doubles and was a finalist among four others for the Golden Spikes Award for the year of 2015.
Last Modified: 07 Jul, 2018