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May 6, 1990 (33)
José Altuve is a Venezuelan professional baseball second baseman for the Houston Astros of Major League Baseball (MLB). Since joining the Astros in 2011, Altuve has become a key figure in the team, known for his exceptional hitting and fielding skills. He has achieved significant milestones, including being an eight-time MLB All-Star and a two-time World Series champion. Altuve’s accolades include winning the AL MVP in 2017, multiple Silver Slugger Awards, and a Gold Glove Award.
Altuve’s career is marked by consistent high performance and numerous achievements. He has won three batting championships and led the American League in hits for four consecutive years from 2014 to 2017. His 225 hits in 2014 set an Astros record. Altuve’s prowess on the field is further highlighted by his six Silver Slugger Awards, an American League record for second basemen, and his 2017 Gold Glove. His significant contributions were instrumental in the Astros’ World Series victories in 2017 and 2022.
Throughout his career, Altuve has collaborated with many notable players, contributing to the Astros’ success. His synergy with players like George Springer, Carlos Correa, and Alex Bregman has been pivotal in forming a formidable team. Altuve’s leadership and performance in critical games, including his walk-off home run in the 2019 ALCS, have cemented his status as a key player in the Astros’ lineup. His role in the team’s two World Series titles and four pennants in six seasons highlights his impact on the franchise.
Altuve’s recognition extends beyond team achievements. He has received several individual honors, including the AL Hank Aaron Award and the AP Athlete of the Year in 2017.