Receiving $587,800 annually as his salary, Bo Joseph Bichette (born March 5, 1998) is a Brazilian-American professional baseball shortstop for the Toronto Blue Jays of Major League Baseball (MLB).
Bichette is the son of four-time All-Star outfielder Dante Bichette and younger brother of is Dante Bichette Jr. Bichette. He is named after the basketball player Bo Jackson. He professes to be a Christian.
Because their mother Mariana is a native of Porto Alegre, Brazil, both Bo and his brother Dante Jr. have represented their country in the World Baseball Classic. Chinese ancestors are represented by their maternal grandpa.
Bo Bichette was promoted to the Major Leagues by the Blue Jays on July 29, 2019.
On that day, he hit his first major league hit, a single against Kansas City Royals pitcher Brad Keller. On July 31, Bichette had three hits, including his first MLB home run.
A double against the Tampa Bay Rays on August 6 became Bichette the first MLB player to hit 10 extra-base hits in his first nine games.
Bichette’s eighth consecutive double surpassed the Blue Jays franchise record set by Carlos Delgado in 2000, joining Yadier Molina and Derrek Lee as the only players in the live-ball era to accomplish so.
Bo Bichette Salary
Bo Bichette earns an annual salary of $587,800 playing for the Toronto Blue Jays of Major League Baseball.
How Much Does Bo Bichette Make?
Bichette earns an annual salary of $587,800 as a shortstop for the Toronto Blue Jays of Major League Baseball.