He hit .301 in 29 games during the pandemic-shortened 2020 season, with 5 homers and 23 RBIs and an OPS+ of 128.
He was enjoying a fantastic season, hitting .361 on August 15th, when he suffered a right knee sprain and had to miss a month of baseball.
He had homered in four straight games prior to the injury, but he did not hit another following his return, batting .242.
Despite the Blue Jays’ success in the postseason, he was held hitless in eight plate appearances by the Tampa Bay Rays in the Wild Card Series, which they lost in two games.
He had a rough start in 2021 before hitting his second two-homer game of the season on April 6th against the Texas Rangers.
It was part of an 11-game hitting streak that featured a five-RBI game on April 10th and another two-homer game on April 14th, this time against the New York Yankees.
In that game, he hit a walk-off home run against Chad Green to start the bottom of the ninth inning.
On April 20th, he smashed his fifth home run of the season, this time over the Green Monster at Fenway Park, against Eduardo Rodriguez of the Boston Red Sox.
The ball landed near the former Gold’s Gym building on Lansdowne Street, which is where his father met his mother, Mariana, in 1991.
Bo Bichette Contract
The Toronto Blue Jays signed Bo Bichette to a one-year contract worth $825,000, with $825,000 guaranteed.
Bo Bichette Salary
Bo Bichette earns an annual average salary of $825,000
Bo Bichette Net Worth
Bo Bichette has an estimated net worth of $500,000 to $1,000,000.