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Cubs Rookie Player Albert Almora Bio, Age, Career, Net Worth, Salary, Contract, Height, Weight

Albert Almora is a professional baseball center fielder and a historic Chicago Cubs player from 2016 to 2020. As at now, the once promising player is a free agent and many baseball fans are wondering what really happened to him.

Well, we have shared comprehensive info about the young star including his affairs (Previous Girlfriend, Cynthia; Recent wife, family), some stats at his prime time and whether he is still with the Chicago Cubs.

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Albert Almora Bio: Age, Early Life, Parents

Amora was born in April 1994 to the late Albert Sr and Ana Almora in Florida. The father played baseball in Cuba before he relocated to the USA. Almora Jr. began training with his father when he was just three years.

To date, he admits his late father is a great inspiration in his career and after his death, he accepted the name JR to be added to his jersey. A lot of information about Almora’s family, including his siblings are not yet revealed, and will update them once they are out. Besides, the rumor that current MLB player Manny Machado is his cousin is not true. They are just close friends but not blood-related in any way.

Albert Almora Dating History And Marriage Details

Almora took to his Instagram account to post the picture of his fiancee and his baby, and then shared the tweet and Instagram photos of his post-wedding. Is it with the hottie Cynthia Ceneja?

Well, Almora is not only a rookie player in the game of baseball but in romance as well. He had been dating Cenaja Cynthis sometimes back. Whatever happened between them is not very clear but she is not the wedded wife we are talking about here.

The young star wedded Philadelphia Flyers dancer Krystal Gregorio on July 21, 2016. One month after marriage, they were blessed with a son, A.J.

Albert Almora Career Details

The young star was selected by Chicago Cubs out of Mater Academy Charter School with the sixth overall selection, in the MLB draft. He received a $3.9 signing bonus and in 2013, a year after being signed to the Cubs, MLB.com ranked him as the second-best prospect in the Cubs organization and 39th all over baseball.

Almora spent time in the minor league between 2012-2013 with both AZL and Boise, batting average .321 with two home runs and 19 RBIs in just 33 games. He also played 61 games for Kane County Cougars batting average .329. He missed quite a number of matches due to injury and the Cubs decided to sign him to the Arizona Fall League.

Other teams that he featured in the minor league include Daytona Cubs, Tennessee Smokies (2014), and Iowa Cubs (2016). After gaining the required experience, Amora was promoted to the cubs.

He got his first major league hit in his debut against the Philadelphia Phillies on 8th June 2016, a day after being promoted. In November the same year, the Cubs earned their first World Series victory since 1908 thanks to Almora’s astonishing skills. Here is the summary of some of his crucial stats with Chicago Cubs.

He never made a full appearance in the 2020 season as the club declined to offer another contract. He was rejected along with another Chicago Cubs historic player Kyle Schwarber. That clearly indicates that Almora career is in the decline.

We will update every decision he will make to revive his expectations. For now, we don’t have information on the club he has signed for after his Chicago Cubs contract ended.