Nolan Arenado Family, Parents, Wife, Children, Siblings

Nolan Arenado

Nolan James Arenado is a third baseman for the St. Louis Cardinals in Major League Baseball.

Arenado is the only infielder in the history of Major League Baseball to win the Rawlings Gold Glove Award in each of his first nine seasons in the league.

As a result of his ability to hit for both power and average while also displaying outstanding defensive abilities, Arenado is widely regarded as one of the best third basemen in the league.

He was traded to the Cardinals before the 2021 season after making his debut in the Major League Baseball with the Colorado Rockies in 2013.

Nolan Arenado
Nolan Arenado

Arenado is a native of Newport Beach, California, and he graduated from El Toro High School in Lake Forest, California, prior to being selected by the Rockies in the second round of the 2009 Major League Baseball draft.

His defensive accomplishments include five consecutive Rawlings Platinum Gloves, three consecutive Wilson Defensive Player of the Year Awards, four total Fielding Bible Awards, and six times selected to the MLB All-Star Game.

In addition, he has nine Gold Gloves, making him one of the all-time leaders in that category.

He presently leads all major leaguers in RBIs since the start of the 2015 season, and he has won the Silver Slugger Award four times for his offensive prowess.

Nolan Arenado Parents

Nolan Arenado was born to Fernando and Millie Arenado. His dad is from Cuba but his mom is of mixed ethnicity. She is Cuban and Puerto Rican.

Nolan Arenado Wife

 Laura Kwan is Nolan Arenaado’s wife. They have known each other since high school. They married  in December 2019  in Laguna Beach, California

Nolan Arenado Children

Nolan Arenado and his wife are blessed with a beautiful daughter named Lydia. In 2019, Laura Cowan and Nolan Arenado welcomed a daughter into the world. There isn’t much information that has been made public about their child

Nolan Arenado Siblings

Nolan Arenado has two siblings. He has an older brother, Fernando Jr., and his younger brother, Jonah Arenado. Jonah played for the San Francisco Giants as a Corner infielder.

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