Nomar Garciaparra – a baseball player, was born on July 23, 1973 in Whittier, California. Best known as the shortstop of “All-Star Game”, who married Mia Hamm.
In his biography, Nomar Garciaparra is famous for his star game at the Boston Red Sox. In 1994, he was selected for the Red Sox. His debut in the big league athlete made two years later, when he played 26 games. The following year, he positioned himself as the most intense shortstop player to the left of the second base. Showing a dexterous game on the field, he made 30 home runs.
In the American League, Garciaparra won the titles of the server in 1999 and 2000. A good look, the muscular physique of a baseball player made him a popular heartthrob. This opinion intensified when in 2001 he met with football
Nomar Garciaparra is often compared to other opponents, for example, with the players of the “New York Yankees” Alex Rodriguez, Derek Jeter. Garciaparra is also known for his unique actions during strikes, including even thinking over the routine process of dressing a glove.
Despite its popularity in Boston, the athlete was selected in the “Chicago Cubs” in July 2004. At the same time, Orlando Cabrera was included in the Boston Red Sox team at the shortstop position, Doug Mintkiewicz as the first baseman. A year after that, “Red Sox” won the first since 1918 the title of champion in US competitions.
In the biography of Nomar Garciaparra in 2006, the position of the game was changed. Now he was in the “Los Angeles Dodgers” team at the first base.
Additional information: Garciaparra beat, threw with his right hand, wore uniform No. 5. He is also an experienced football player, lit up in a high school team. In the city of Whittier also spent his childhood Richard Nixon, the model Caprice Berre was born. The name of Nomar went on behalf of his father – Ramon, pronounced vice versa.