Charlie Culberson who is a baseball infielder and a pitcher for the Texas Rangers of Major League Baseball was born to parents Charles Culberson and Kim Culberson. He was first drafted by the San Francisco Giants of Major League Baseball in the first round of the 2007 draft.
Charlie Culberson was born in Rome, Georgia to parents Charles Culberson and Kim Culberson. Culberson grew up as a Brave fan. He was a product of Calhoun High School in Calhoun, Georgia. In the year 2005, Culberson’s baseball team in high school won the state championship. He got a Hall Of Fame induction into the Calhoun-Gordon County Sports.
Charlie began his professional career with the San Francisco Giants in the year 2007. He was drafted by the Francisco Giants in the first round of the Supplemental draft’s 51st overall from Calhoun High School in Calhoun. He was protected from the Rule 5 draft when he was added to the 40-man roster.
Charlie Culberson from the Francisco Giants joined the Colorado Rockies On July 27, 2012. He was traded for cash considerations. He was on May 4, 2014, he hit a pinch-hit walk-off two-run home run off New York Mets. Charlie was then signed by the Los Angeles Dodgers in November 2015.
Over there he recorded a world series of three hits in five bats. He then joined the Atlanta Braves On November 16, 2017, before joining the present Texas Rangers. At the Texas Rangers, Charlie on December 28, 2020, was signed on a major league deal. He then joined the 40-man roster in the year March 29, 2021.
Who are Charlie Culberson’s Parents?
Meet Charles Culberson and Kim Culberson Parents of Charlie Culberson. Charles Culberson, Culberson’s father, owns a hitting facility in Rome and is a former Minor-League player. There is not much information on his mom apart from the dad.