Nolan Arenado whose full name is Nolan James Arenado is a professional baseball third baseman who plays for the St Louis Cardinals of Major League Baseball. Nolan was born on April 16, 1991, in Newport Beach, California, in the United States. He is known to be one of the top third basemen in Major League Baseball because he has a record hit for power and average with his superb defensive skills. He is known to be the only infielder to win the Rawlings Gold Award in each of several nine seasons where he first had his MLB.
Nolan is known to be a native of Newport Beach, California and he attended El Toro High School in Lake Forest before he became a second-round selection for the Rockies in the year 2009, MLB draft. He has a defensive accolade of four total, Fielding Bible Awards and three consecutive Wilson Defensive Player of the Year Awards, and so on. During the time he was in his minor league career, he was a two-time All-Star Futures Game Selection and he led the minor leagues in RBI in the year 2011 with 155 over 163 total games.
Moving on, Nolan Arenado became in the year 2016, the youngest player in Rockies history to ever reach 100 home runs. He was reportedly the sixth player to finish off a performance with a walk-off home run in history. Then in the year 2017, he became the 11th player in Major League to drive in 130 or more runs in three successive seasons. He commenced his professional career with the Colorado Rockies of the Major League in the second round with the 59th overall selection of the 2009 MLB draft. He later left and joined the St. Louis Cardinals where he is currently in the year 2021 till present.
What is Nolan Arenado’s Walk Song?
According to Arenado, “Here Comes the Money” by Naughty By Nature should be his walk-up song because he is the best-paid position player in baseball in terms of annual income. Since it serves as Shane McMahon of the WWE’s official theme song, this song is also well known.