José Alberto Pujols Alcántara is a professional baseball player who plays as a first baseman and designated hitter for the St. Louis Cardinals baseball team.
Alberto began his amateur career playing at the Fort Osage High School where he was a student. He was named an All-State athlete twice throughout his time in high school.
He graduated from high school in December 1998 after which he earned a baseball scholarship to attend Maple Woods Community College.
The St. Louis Cardinals drafted him out of college during the 13th round of the 402nd overall pick in the 1999 MLB draft. He signed with them after agreeing to a $60,000 signing bonus.
Alberto signed a 10-year contract worth $254 million with the Los Angeles Angels in December 2011. In May 2021, he signed a one-year major league contract with the Los Angeles Dodgers.
Who is Isabella Pujols?
Isabella Pujols is the stepdaughter of Albert Pujols, who is known in the world of professional Baseball. Isabella is the daughter of Deidre Pujols, who is the current wife of the Baseball star
The oldest child, Isabella Pujols, has four half-siblings in total: Esther Grace, Sophia, Ezra, and Albert Jr. Her granddad is Bienvenido Pujols via Albert Pujols.
Who is Bienvenido Pujols?
The celebrity father of the famous American baseball player Albert Pujols is Bienvenido Pujols. He is the grandfather of Isabella Pujols, Esther Grace, Sophia, Ezra, and Albert Jr.
Bienvenido Pujols was a pitcher in softball who also struggled with alcoholism. Pujols frequently had to pick up his father from games because he would get drunk. As a child, Pujols used milk cartons as gloves and limes as baseballs when playing baseball.
In 1996, he, his father, and his grandmother relocated to Washington Heights in New York City after they saw a shooting at a bodega.
A girl as young as five years old was allegedly sexually abused by Bienvenido Pujols on multiple occasions between 2008 and 2012.
On Friday, Bienvenido Pujols handed himself into Pembroke Pines police.
He has been charged with sexual assault and battery on a child under the age of 12, according to the Florida Sun-Sentinel reports.