Alejandro José Machado is a former professional baseball infielder. He is a switch-hitter and throws right-handed.
During the 2005 season, this infielder and switch hitter played for the Major League Baseball Team the Boston Red Sox. He later became a minor league player with the Washington Nationals, the Minnesota Twins, and the New York Mets.
He began his career with the Montreal Expos and the Harrisburg Senators, stealing a total of thirty bases during his time with the two teams.
During his first Triple A season, he played for the Pawtucket Red Sox with a batting average of .300 and received a Rookie of the Year Award.
He spent his early years in Caracas, Venezuela, and later lived and worked in the United States and Canada.
He and Clay Buchholz both began their careers with the Boston Red Sox in the middle of the first decade of the 21st century.
Mexican League baseball outfielders. Macon Braves players. Danville Braves players. Gulf Coast Twins players. Gulf Coast Braves players. Sportspeople from Caracas. Wilmington Blue Rocks players. Wichita Wranglers players. Mississippi Braves players. New Britain Rock Cats players. Fort Myers Miracle players. Brevard County Manatees players. Burlington Bees players. Venezuelan expatriate baseball players in the United States. Huntsville Stars players. Major League Baseball players from Venezuela. Harrisburg Senators players. Tiburones de La Guaira players. New Orleans Zephyrs players. Leones del Caracas players. Caribbean Series players