Carter Aldrete is currently a high school baseball standout in Monterey, California, who has already committed to Arizona State University for the Fall of 2016. He continues a baseball tradition started by his father and uncle, both former professional baseball players.
Carter’s father, Rich, was a 1987 draft selection of the San Francisco Giant and played six minor league seasons between the Giants and Cardinals organizations. He also played three seasons of independent league ball, the last year being in 1995.
Carter’s uncle, Mike Aldrete, was a major leaguer for ten seasons during 1986 and 1996. Mike has also been a coach for several major league teams.
Carter says when he needs advice on any aspect of his game, he is only a phone call away from his father or his uncle. He is able to routinely pick their brains on questions he has, as he continues to improve his game.
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