Nilda Cora is the lovely wife of former MLB player turned manager, Alex Cora –currently the manager of the Boston Red Sox.
Nilda’s hubby is a former Puerto Rican infielder, born Jose Alexander Cora on October 18, 1975. Alex’s older brother, Joey Cora is also a former MLB player.
Alex was a 12th round draft pick in 1993, he eschewed a professional contract to play at the University of Miami. He was drafted by the Dodgers in the third round in 1996.
He made a name for himself playing second base and shortstop for the Los Angeles Dodgers from 1998 to 2004. As a player he also went onto sing contracts with the Cleveland Indians, Boston Red Sox, New York Mets, Texas Rangers and the Washington Nationals. He won a World Series title with Boston in 2007.
Following his retirement he became a baseball analyst for ESPN and ESPN Deportes. As a coach, Alex Cora has been hired by the Houston Astros serving as Bench Coach in 2016 and assuming managerial duties in 2017. Most recently, in 2018, he became the manager for the Boston Red Sox.
No doubt, Alex’s wife is proud of his success. Nilda Cora is the mother of the couple’s four kids.
Prior to their marriage, Nilda had been in a previous relationship from where she became a mother to a son, Jeriel Cora –who was adopted by Alex.
Since then, Nilda Cora has given birth to daughter, Camila Cora. Alex announced the birth of twin sons in 2017: Xander Gabriel and Isander Manuel.
Unfortunately there’s not many details on Nilda Cora, however is safe to say she keeps pretty busy being a proud mother to their children.
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