Jose Altuve Bio
About: Majorly Known as Jose Altuve, Jose Carlos Altuve was born on May 6, 1990, in Puerto Cabello, Venezuela. He had a breakout with Huston Astros in 2014 season. Jose Altuve stole bases and became the first ever Astro to win a batting title by hitting 341. In 2016 and 2017, he won two more AL batting titles, and he became AL MVP award winner in 2017, which helped the Astros to win the 2017 World Series titles.
Before Fame: Jose Altuve originally signed by the Astros as an undrafted free agent 2007, also he played so well that he had a successful season in the Venezuela Summer League. When Jose was 7 years old he met Salvador Perez, who later become a catcher for the Kansas City Royals. Later the both competed in Maracay and several times in American League contests.
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Trivia: By making his MLB debut in 2011, he became the shortest player (5’6) to play in the major leagues since 1981.
Family Life: He is currently the shorted Major League Baseball (MLB) player since Freddie Patek retired in 1981 season. He and his wife Nina had a daughter in 2016, and his grandmother passed away during the 2013 season.
Associated With: Jose Altuve broke Craig Biggio’s record of most hits in a season by scoring 225 in 2014.
Net Worth: The current estimated worth of Jose Altuve is 12.5 million.