Bo Naylor’s older brother, Josh, is also a professional baseball player, while their younger brother Myles is a rising baseball star.
The Naylor brothers share a strong brotherly bond, which is evident from their support, motivation, and friendly competition.
Even when they are physically apart due to their individual commitments, the brothers stay connected through online gaming sessions on PlayStation, engaging in friendly rivalry against each other.
As the eldest sibling, Josh has played a supportive role, guiding and mentoring both Bo and Myles to make a lasting impact on the field.
Noah “Bo” Naylor is a Canadian professional baseball catcher who plays for the Cleveland Guardians in the MLB.
He was selected by the Cleveland Indians (now known as the Guardians) in the first round of the 2018 MLB draft with the 29th overall pick.
On October 1, 2022, the Guardians selected Naylor’s contract and added him to their active roster.
He played his first major league game on the same day against the Kansas City Royals as a defensive replacement. The following day, Naylor made his first start in a major league game.
For the start of the 2023 season, the Guardians decided to option Naylor to the Columbus Clippers, their Triple-A affiliate team.
Prior to the 2023 season, Naylor represented the Canadian national baseball team in the 2023 World Baseball Classic.
Bo Naylor Brother Myles And Josh: Age Gap And Family
Bo Naylor was born on February 21, 2000, in Mississauga, Ontario, to his parents, Chris and Jenice Naylor.
He grew up with two siblings, older brother Josh Naylor (born June 22, 1997) and younger brother Myles Naylor (born April 15, 2005).
Their father, Chris, loved baseball and used to help them work on their skill in order to achieve their dream.
The Naylor brothers also fulfilled their Canadian obligations by playing hockey. But it was baseball that truly resonated with them and captured their passion.
Moreover, the Naylor family fostered a healthy sense of competition among the siblings, which remains one of the cherished memories for Josh and his brothers.
Josh Naylor Is Signed To The Guardians
Joshua-Douglas James Naylor plays as the first baseman and outfielder for the Cleveland Guardians.
In the 2015 MLB draft, he was selected by the Miami Marlins in the first round, 12th overall.
On July 29, 2016, James was traded to San Diego Padres, where he made his MLB debut on May 24, 2019.
However, during the 2020 season, the Padres traded him to Guardians. On January 13, 2023, the eldest Naylor sibling signed a one-year contract worth $3.35 million.
Off the field, James is a family man who is engaged to his girlfriend, Chantel Collado, a singer and songwriter.
On June 12, 2023, he got down on one knee, and the couple plans to share their vows soon.
Brother Myles Naylor Is The Future MLB Star
The youngest Naylor sibling, Myles, is a collegiate baseball player. Myles attended St. Joan of Arc Catholic High School, located in their hometown.
After his graduation, he garnered interest from numerous NCAA baseball programs but ultimately decided to join Texas Tech, the same college his brother Josh attended.
On November 25, 2022, Myles officially announced his commitment to play at Texas Tech via Instagram.
The collegiate athlete has an impressive physique and the innate potential that comes from his family background.
Although Myles still has a considerable distance to cover before reaching the major leagues, his performance on the field has been commendable.
The youngest in MLB Pipeline’s Draft Prospect Rankings holds the No. 59 spot.