José Dariel Abreu Correa, a Cuban professional baseball first baseman with the Chicago White Sox of Major League Baseball, was born on January 29, 1987. (MLB). Before defecting in August 2013, he played for Cienfuegos in the Cuban National Series. Abreu joined with the White Sox in October 2013 after being granted free agency by MLB.
Abreu has largely played first base for the White Sox since 2013, but he has also played designated hitter on occasion. Abreu was named AL Rookie of the Year in 2014, Silver Slugger Award winner in 2014, 2018, and 2020, and American League Most Valuable Player Award winner in 2020.
Abreu’s uniform number is #79, which is exceptionally high. Daysi Correa, his mother, chose the number so that it would be remembered. Abreu’s mother and the rest of his extended family stayed in Cuba until May 2014, when his parents migrated to the United States.
His parents saw him play in the 2014 MLB All-Star Game for the first time since he left Cuba.
Where is Jose Abreu from?
Jose Abreu comes from Cruces, Cuba.
How old is Jose Abreu?
Jose Abreu is 34 years in 2021.
How tall is Jose Abreu?
Jose Abreu is 6ft 3 in height.
Who Is Jose Abreu’s Wife?
Jose Abreu is married to Yusmary Hernández and they have two sons.