June 3, 1994 (29)
Harrison Bader is an American professional baseball player. . During his early years with the St. Louis Cardinals, Bader quickly established himself as a reliable player, with impressive speed, strong defense, and a powerful arm. In addition to his work with the Cardinals, Bader has also been involved in a variety of other projects throughout his career. He has worked with organizations such as the Major League Baseball Players Association, serving as a member of their executive board. He has also been involved in various charitable causes, including the Teammates for Kids Foundation, which works to help children in need.
One of the milestones in Bader’s career was his performance during the 2019 season. During that season, Bader set career-highs in several categories, including home runs, RBIs, and stolen bases. He also demonstrated his versatility on the field, playing all three outfield positions at various points during the season. His impressive performance helped the Cardinals make it to the playoffs, where they ultimately fell to the Washington Nationals in the National League Championship Series.
Bader has collaborated with several celebrities and influential people throughout his career. He has worked with former Cardinals players such as Albert Pujols and Yadier Molina, as well as current teammates such as Paul Goldschmidt and Adam Wainwright. He has also worked with sports analysts such as Dan McLaughlin and Tim Kurkjian, providing insights into his approach to the game and his experiences as a player.
In addition to his work in baseball, Bader is also an advocate for animals and has been involved in various animal non-profit organizations. He has been a strong supporter of the Animal Rescue Foundation (ARF), a non-profit organization that works to promote the welfare of animals and find homes for pets in need. He has also been involved in various animal-related causes, including working to raise awareness about the importance of spaying and neutering pets.