The son of MLB legend Dante Bichette has taken the big leagues by storm since arriving on the scene in 2019.
This is a player with potential to hit 30 or more home runs per season, as well as knock in a 100.
He’s an MVP-level star who is just getting started.
There was one thing Bichette had yet to accomplish in his career up until last night, and that was hit a grand slam.
But with one out in the bottom of the eighth, Bichette came through in the clutch and jumped on a pitch from Boston Red Sox reliever Tyler Danish that cleared the wall for his first career slam.
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Bichette just keeps hitting bombs.
Last night’s grand slam was his second home run of the year and proved to be the difference as the Blue Jays took down the Red Sox by a final of 6-2.
Bichette’s power is one of the more impressive aspects of his game and he put it on full display last night.
The grand slam was also Bichette’s 47th career home run.
The Blue Jays’ win put them at 11-6 and helped them hold onto first place in the American League East division, as they remain ahead of the New York Yankees by a half-game.
But Bichette stole the show with an absolutely beautiful swing that ultimately proved to be the difference in the game.
Again, he continues to get better and just doesn’t stop.
His ability to hit bombs is as impressive as anybody in the game and makes him a threat each time he steps in the box.