Meet Nilda Cora, the beautiful wife of former MLB player Alex Cora. The Puerto Rican native played as an infielder, prior to becoming a manager. He was the coach for the Houston Astros, before becoming the manager of the Boston Red Sox.
Nilda’s husband was born Jose Alexander Cora on October 18, 1975, in Caguas, Puerto Rico. Drafted by the Minnesota Twins in the 1993 MLB Draft, however, he did not sign any contract; instead, he decided to attend the University of Miami.
Eventually, Cora made his grand debut with the Dodgers on June 7, 1998. He played for the Indians in January 2005; Red Sox in July 2005; Mets in 2009, Rangers in 2010, and finally for the Washington Nationals in 2011.
In November 2016, became the bench coach for the Houston Astros. The Boston Red Sox named him their new manager in November 2017.
Check out the three interesting facts about Mrs. Cora.
- Alex Cora’s wife Nilda, formerly known as Nildamarie Lecleres-Vazquez, was born on December 1, 1971.
- Nilda and Alex have four incredible children together; daughter Camilla, Nilda’s son Jeriel, and twin sons Xander Gabriel and Isander Manuel born on July 21, 2017.
- Prior to his nuptials with Nilda, Alex was engaged to Gabriela DeCastro.