How Old Is Paul Goldschmidt?
Paul Goldschmidt was born on September 10, 1987. He is 34 years old
Who is Paul Goldschmidt?
Paul Edward Goldschmidt is a Major League Baseball first baseman who plays for the St. Louis Cardinals.
Goldschmidt was lightly recruited out of The Woodlands High School in The Woodlands, Texas, and played for the Texas State Bobcats before being drafted in the eighth round of the 2009 Major League Baseball draft by the Arizona Diamondbacks.
He debuted in Major League Baseball with them in 2011, then he was moved to the Cardinals in the 2018–19 offseason.
Goldschmidt has been a member of the Major League Baseball All-Star team on six occasions. During the 2013 season, he was the National League’s (NL) home run and RBI leader.
The NL Hank Aaron Award, the Gold Glove Award, and the Silver Slugger Award have all been bestowed upon him. In 2013 and 2015, Goldschmidt came in second place for the NL Most Valuable Player Award.
Delaware native Goldschmidt was born and raised in Wilmington. He was a lifelong supporter of the Houston Astros.
RIT is where his parents met and fell in love, and he was born as a result. It’s not certain whether his mother is a Catholic or Jewish.
They were brought up as Catholics by their parents.
His paternal great-grandparents, Paul and Ilse Goldschmidt, as well as his paternal grandfather, Ernie, all escaped Nazi Germany in 1938 and are currently living in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.
According to Goldschmidt, he and his two brothers have always been close “We are proud of our Jewish heritage and hold it in the highest regard.
As children, we experienced both sides of it. From both my dad’s and my mother’s sides. All of it was available to us, and we were exposed to it.”
Because of the flooring firm that his family runs, the Goldschmidts relocated from Wilmington to Dallas and eventually to Houston.
He was raised in The Woodlands, Texas, where he went to high school and played baseball for The Woodlands High School. With Goldschmidt as the team’s third baseman, they won state championships in 2006