Baseball player Alex Kirilloff, also known as Alexander David Kirilloff, was born in the United States. He is an outfielder for the baseball franchise known as the Minnesota Twins. He was born in Plum, Pennsylvania on November 9, 1997.
Alex played baseball at Plum High School in Plum, Pennsylvania, but he also attended Pennsylvania Cyber Charter School. He participated in and won the home run Derby at the Perfect Game All-American Classic held at Petco Park in the summer of 2015. He intended to play college baseball at Liberty University after high school, but when he was selected by the Minnesota Twins in the first round of the 2016 MLB draft, he decided to turn pro instead.
With the Elizabethton Twins, where he made his professional debut, he was named the Appalachian League MVP. He missed playing in 2017 due to an injury, but he made a comeback in 2018 and was given the Cedar Rapids Kernels as his new team. During the campaign, he was given a promotion to the Fort Myers Miracle.
He was chosen by the Twins to represent the Salt River Rafters in the Arizona Fall League during the 2019 off-season. On September 30, 2020, he made his MLB debut for the Twins after the team selected his contract and promoted him to the majors.
Who Is Alex Kirilloff Dad, David Kirilloff?
Alex Kirilloff’s dad goes by the name David Kirilloff. He was also a baseball player but he could not go far into the career due to issues with his blood.