Meet Bo Bichette Brother Alphonse Dante Bichette Jr- Age Gap And Family

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An American baseball player, Bo Bichette, hails from a sports family. This article focuses on Alphonse Dante Bichette Jr- the brother of Bo Bichette & other family members.

Bo Joseph Bichette, known as Bo Bichette, is a professional baseball shortstop for the MLB team Toronto Blue Jays. There he joins players like Whit Merrifield, Hyun-Jin Ryu & Kevin Gausman.

The Toronto Blue Jays selected Bichette in the second round of the 2016 MLB Draft. He signed a contract worth $1.1 million with the Jays.

In 2017, Bichette was named All-Star at the Gulf Coast League. He represented Brazil at the 2017 World Baseball Classic- Qualifier 4.

Bichette played for the Lansing Lugnuts in 70 games. He was the Midwest League’s Most Valuable Player (MVP), Prospect of the Year, and a Postseason All-Star.

Bo Bichette During A Practice Match
Bo Bichette, An MLB Player (Source: Instagram)

On July 29, 2019, Bichette made his MLB debut against Kansas City Royals.

Bichette hit ten extra-base hits in his first nine games in MLB with a double against the Tampa Bay Rays and is the first MLB player to have this record.

On April 14, 2023, Bichette scored the 500th of his MLB career in 407 games and broke the record Vernon Wells and Shannon Stewart held.

Bichette and his brother represented Brazil in the World Baseball Classic as their mother, Mariana, is a native of Porto Alegre, Brazil.

Bo Bichette’s Brother: Alphonse Dante

Alphonse Dante Bichette Jr. is the elder brother of Bo Bichette. He is a former baseball third baseman and first baseman. 

Bichette Jr. was born in 1992 in Orlando, Florida. 

He played baseball at Orangewood Christian High School and hit .640 with ten home runs and 40 RBIs in 30 games.

Bichette Jr played in the 2005 Little League World Series. The New York Yankees selected Bichette Jr. in the 2011 Major League Baseball draft as the 51st pick overall.

Dante Jr. Has Retired From Baseball
 Bichette Brother’s Alphonse Dante Bichette Jr. (Source: Instagram)

On June 20, 2011, He debuted in the Minor Leagues with the GCL Yankees. 

He played with the Yankees till 2017 and then signed with Colorado Rockies as a free agent.

From 2018 to 2019, he played for teams like St. Paul Saints and High Point Rockers.

In 2019, Bichette Jr. was named Atlantic League Player of the Month for April and May. He signed a contract with the Washington Nationals on December 26, 2019, and was released on May 31, 2020.

Bichette Jr. represented Brazil in the 2017 World Baseball Classic.

More On His Parents

Bichette was born March 5, 1998, in Orlando, Florida, to Dante and Mariana Bichette. He is the youngest one in the family.

His father, Dante, is a former MLB player and was a four-time MLB All-Star outfielder. Dante also worked as a coach for the Toronto Blue Jays. 

In 1995, Dante won the Silver Slugger Award, and the officials voted him second in the Most Valuable Player Award (MVP).

On February 9, 2022, Dante resigned from the Blue Jays to train with Bo Bichette.

Bo Bichette’s mother, Mariana, is from Porto Alegre, Brazil. Mariana’s Father was a Chinese immigrant from Brazil.

Bo Bichette Father’s Abuse Story

In 2022, Bichette Jr. posted a story on his social media handle about his father, Dante, being an abuser and mistreating his mother.

Bichette Jr. wrote that his brother, mother, and himself had experienced violence from their Father.

The former baseball player was abused since 11. Bichette Jr. disclosed that he topped his Father from beating his brother multiple times and almost bled occasionally.

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