Fausto Andrés Abad or Andy Abad as he is widely known as is an American former professional baseball player who plied his trade as a left baseman. He was born on August 25, 1972, in West Palm Beach, Florida and lived there until he had to descend for his professional career.
He stands at a dominant height of 6 ft 1 inch and weighs 83 kg (184 lb). He is known as ‘Tulile’ in the Dominican Republic for his stance as left-handed batsman and thrower. He attended the local Jupiter High School in Florida and graduated along. He later opted for Middle Georgia College for higher studies.
- He is a Cuban descent as his father left Cuba during the Fidel Castro revolution and shifted places to America.
- He was drafted in 1993 by Boston Red Sox and played for Gulf Coast Red Sox for the year.
- He played in Single-A series for long before going for Venezuela Winter League and Caribbean Series.
- He went overseas with a stint for Nippon Baseball League and then proceeded to sign with Oakland Athletics.
|Occupation: Professional Baseball Player
Date of Birth: August 25, 1972
Age (As of 2016): 42 years
Place of Born: West Palm Beach, Florida
Height in m: 1.85 m
Height in ft: 6 ft 1 inches
Height in cm: 185 cm
Weight in kg: 83 kg approx.
Weight in the pound: 184 lbs.
Education- Jupiter High School, Middle Georgia College
Net Worth: Unknown
|Contracted- Drafted by Boston Red Sox in 1993 Major League Baseball Draft|
|Debut-September 10, 2001|
|Debut Team: Oakland Athletics|
|Last Appearance: April 13, 2006|
|Last Team Appearance: Cincinnati Reds|
|Position- First Baseman|
|Kintetsu Buffaloes (2000) (NPB)|
|Runs batted in||0|
|He was named the hitting coach for the Yakima Bears in 2008. Yakima Bears is a Low-A affiliate of the Arizona Diamondbacks organization.|
|He also worked as a roving instructor for the Philadelphia Phillies in 2010.|