Meet the lovely Kara McCullers; she is the loving wife of MLB player Lance McCullers, he is the starting pitcher for the Houston Astros. Prior to joining the big guys, McCullers played at Jesuit High School in Florida where he was named the Gatorade National Baseball Player of The Year in 2012.
The first thing you need to know about Kara’s hubby is that he was born on October 2, 1993. He comes from a line of athletes; for starters, his grandfather was a gridiron standout at the University of Florida, where his father Lance also attended.
His father played with the San Diego Padres, the Yankees, the Detroit Tigers and finally with the Texas Rangers.
Lance’s mom Stacie played volleyball at LSU.
The Astros selected him with the 41st overall pick, in the first round of the 2012 MLB Draft.
However, it was until May 18, 2015, that he eventually made his MLB debut with the Astros.
As noted, Lance McCullers’ wife is the Kara formerly known as Kara Kilfoile. They tied the knot on December 19, 2015; nearly a year a half after their engagement, in Paris where Lance popped the question on
They tied the knot on December 19, 2015; nearly a year a half after their engagement.
Mrs. Kara McCullers was born Kara Leigh Kilfoile on April 2, 1992, in Tampa, Florida.
She is one of two children born to Jeff and Michelle Kilfoile (Nee. Sanchez). Kara has one older brother, Kyle married to Laura Iñigo, mom of their two children.
Kara graduated in 2012, from the University of Florida.
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