Meet Alex Craig Lange an American professional baseballer who was born on October 2, 1995. Alex was an adopted child to parents or guardians Renee Lange and Craig Lange. Alex currently plays for the Detroit Tigers of Major League Baseball.
Alex was assigned to the Erie SeaWolves when he first joined the Tigers on July 31, 2019. With almost 27 games under his belt, he went 5-13 with a 5.45 ERA and 94 strikeouts.
He was a member of the football squad at Louisiana State University. Following his college career, he was selected in the 30th round of the 2017 MLB Draft by the Chicago Cubs.
Renee Lange and Craig Lange have an adopted kid named Alex Craig. According to authorities and reports, Alex was adopted when he was a baby. His early years were spent at Lee’s Summit West High School in Lee’s Summit, Missouri. During his senior year, he had the privilege and well-deserved honor of being named Missouri Gatorade Baseball Player of the Year.
Alex began his professional career in the 2017 MLB draft with the Chicago Cubs. He was allocated to the Eugene Emeralds after being selected in the draft.
Who Are Alex Lange’s Parents
Alex’s biological Parents are not known but according to the records he was an adopted child by Renee Lange and Craig Lange. Craig Lange seems to be a strategy and growth director at Caterpillar Inc. His adopted mom Renee on the other hand is a teacher with a sense of accomplishment.
Renee once had an expressed concern about the baseball life of her adopted son who is now a professional. “In Alex’s biological family there are professional baseball players,” Renee said. “So when he was born his biological mom did tell me and his dad, Craig, ‘if he picks up a ball, make sure you foster that.’