Alexander Cintrón (born in Humacao, Puerto Rico, December 17, 1978) is a former Puerto Rican baseball player. He performed shortstop and performed for the Baltimore Orioles in Major League Baseball.
He was chosen by the Arizona Diamondbacks with the thirty seventh choose within the 1997 draft. He made his Major League debut with the workforce on July 24, 2001. That identical 12 months, Cintrón gained a World Series ring within the playoffs.
On March 8, 2006, Cintrón continued to play for the Chicago White Sox and was traded for Jeff Bajenaru. However, Chicago relinquished his providers on November 29, 2007, and he continued to play within the minor leagues. On February 18, 2008, he was invited by the Chicago Cubs to take part in preseason (spring coaching). He was fired on March 26, 2008. On March 31, Orioles basic supervisor Andy MacPhail introduced that Cintron had reached an settlement with the Norfolk Tide to play within the minor leagues. On May 11, the Orioles signed him and added him to the roster.
Better referred to as Alex Cintrón, he retired from the sphere in 2012, his final season as a 3rd baseman for the Diablos Rojos de México.
He at present serves because the hitting coach for the division-leading Houston Astros for the 2022 season and a prime contender for the World Series title that 12 months.