Bo Bichette

Bo Bichette

SS - TOR
Height: 6-0
Weight: 185 lbs
Age: 23
College: None
Toronto Blue Jays

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The ScoreMLB final stats: Turner wins batting title, Vlad shares HR crown with Salvy

Here's a look at the American League and National League leaders for the major stat categories at the conclusion of the 2021 regular season.Home runsAmerican League Rank Player Team HR T-1 Salvador Perez KC 48 T-1 Vladimir Guerrero Jr. TOR 48 3 Shohei Ohtani LAA 46 Perez is only the second catcher - and first American League backstop - to lead the league in homers. He joins Hall of Famer Johnny Bench, who did it twice. Guerrero is the fourth-youngest player to win a home-run title, according to Sarah Langs of MLB.com.National League Rank Player Team HR 1 Fernando Tatis Jr. SD 42 2 Adam Duvall ATL 38 3 Pete Alonso NYM 37 RBIs Ron Schwane / Getty Images Sport / GettyAmerican League Rank Player Team RBI 1 Salvador Perez KC 121 2 Jose Abreu CWS 117 3 Teoscar Hernandez TOR 116 National League Rank Player Team RBI 1 Adam Duvall ATL 113 2 Austin Riley ATL 107 T-3 Ozzie Albies ATL 106 T-3 Manny Machado SD 106 Batting averageAmerican League Rank Player Team AVG 1 Yuli Gurriel HOU .319 T-2 Michael Brantley HOU .311 T-2 Vladimir Guerrero Jr. TOR .311 National League Rank Player Team AVG 1 Trea Turner LAD .328 2 Juan Soto WSH .313 3 Bryce Harper PHI .309 OBPAmerican League Rank Player Team OBP 1 Vladimir Guerrero Jr. TOR .401 2 Yuli Gurriel HOU .383 3 Yoan Moncada CWS .375 National League Rank Player Team OBP 1 Juan Soto WSH .465 2 Bryce Harper PHI .429 3 Freddie Freeman ATL .393 Slugging Rich Schultz / Getty Images Sport / GettyAmerican League Rank Player Team SLG 1 Vladimir Guerrero Jr. TOR .601 2 Shohei Ohtani LAA .592 3 Kyle Tucker HOU .557 National League Rank Player Team SLG 1 Bryce Harper PHI .615 2 Fernando Tatis Jr. SD .611 3 Nick Castellanos CIN .576 HitsAmerican League Rank Player Team Hits 1 Bo Bichette TOR 191 2 Vladimir Guerrero Jr. TOR 188 3 Whit Merrifield KC 184 National League Rank Player Team Hits 1 Trea Turner LAD 195 2 Freddie Freeman ATL 180 3 Austin Riley ATL 179 OPSAmerican League Rank Player Team OPS 1 Vladimir Guerrero Jr. TOR 1.002 2 Shohei Ohtani LAA .965 3 Kyle Tucker HOU .917 National League Rank Player Team OPS 1 Bryce Harper PHI 1.044 2 Juan Soto WSH .999 3 Fernando Tatis Jr. SD .975 Stolen basesAmerican League Rank Player Team SB 1 Whit Merrifield KC 40 T-2 Cedric Mullins BAL 30 T-2 Myles Straw CLE 30 National League Rank Player Team SB 1 Trea Turner LAD 32 2 Tommy Edman STL 30 2 Fernando Tatis Jr. SD 25 Starling Marte led the majors with 47 stolen bases. He stole 22 with Miami (NL), and 25 with Oakland (AL).RunsAmerican League Rank Player Team R 1 Vladimir Guerrero Jr. TOR 123 2 Bo Bichette TOR 121 3 Jose Altuve HOU 117 National League Rank Player Team R 1 Freddie Freeman ATL 120 2 Juan Soto WSH 111 3 Trea Turner LAD 107 DoublesAmerican League Rank Player Team 2B T-1 Jeimer Candelario DET 42 T-1 J.D. Martinez BOS 42 T-1 Whit Merrifield KC 42 National League Rank Player Team 2B 1 Bryce Harper PHI 42 2 Tommy Edman STL 41 3 Ozzie Albies ATL 40 Extra-base hitsAmerican League Rank Player Team XBH 1 Marcus Semien TOR 86 2 Shohei Ohtani LAA 80 3 Vladimir Guerrero Jr. TOR 78 National League Rank Player Team XBH 1 Bryce Harper PHI 78 2 Ozzie Albies ATL 77 3 Nick Castellanos CIN 73 WalksAmerican League Rank Player Team BB 1 Joey Gallo NYY 111 2 Robbie Grossman DET 98 3 Shohei Ohtani LAA 96 National League Rank Player Team BB 1 Juan Soto WSH 145 2 Bryce Harper PHI 100 3 Freddie Freeman ATL 85 StrikeoutsAmerican League Rank Player Team K 1 Joey Gallo NYY 213 2 Matt Chapman OAK 202 3 Adolis Garcia TEX 194 National League Rank Player Team K 1 Javier Baez NYM 184 2 Adam Duvall ATL 174 3 Eugenio Suarez CIN 171 fWAR (as of Saturday) Icon Sportswire / Icon Sportswire / GettyAmerican League Rank Player Team fWAR 1 Shohei Ohtani LAA 8.0* 2 Vladimir Guerrero Jr. TOR 6.6 T-3 Marcus Semien TOR 6.4 T-3 Jose Ramirez CLE 6.4 * - Combined pitching (3.0) and hitting (5.0) fWARNational League Rank Player Team fWAR 1 Trea Turner LAD 6.7 2 Juan Soto WSH 6.6 3 Bryce Harper PHI 6.4 WinsAmerican League Rank Player Team Wins 1 Gerrit Cole NYY 16 T-2 Chris Flexen SEA 14 T-2 Steven Matz TOR 14 T-2 Hyun Jin Ryu TOR 14 National League Rank Player Team Wins 1 Julio Urias LAD 20 2 Adam Wainwright STL 17 3 Walker Buehler LAD 16 ERAAmerican League Rank Player Team ERA 1 Robbie Ray TOR 2.84 2 Lance McCullers HOU 3.16 3 Gerrit Cole NYY 3.23 National League Rank Player Team ERA 1 Corbin Burnes MIL 2.43 2 Max Scherzer LAD 2.46 3 Walker Buehler LAD 2.47 WHIPAmerican League Rank Player Team WHIP 1 Robbie Ray TOR 1.04 2 Gerrit Cole NYY 1.06 3 Jose Berrios TOR 1.06 National League Rank Player Team WHIP 1 Max Scherzer LAD 0.86 2 Corbin Burnes MIL 0.94 3 Brandon Woodruff MIL 0.96 Strikeouts Katelyn Mulcahy / Getty Images Sport / GettyAmerican League Rank Player Team K 1 Robbie Ray TOR 248 2 Gerrit Cole NYY 243 3 Dylan Cease CWS 226 National League Rank Player Team K 1 Zack Wheeler PHI 247 2 Max Scherzer LAD 236 3 Corbin Burnes MIL 234 SavesAmerican League Rank Player Team Saves 1 Liam Hendriks CWS 38 2 Raisel Iglesias LAA 34 3 Aroldis Chapman NYY 30 National League Rank Player Team Saves 1 Mark Melancon SD 39 2 Kenley Jansen LAD 38 3 Will Smith ATL 37 Games pitchedAmerican League Rank Player Team GP 1 Bryan Shaw CLE 81 2 Yusmeiro Petit OAK 78 3 Steve Cishek LAA 74 National League Rank Player Team GP 1 Tyler Rogers SF 80 2 Tim Hill SD 78 3 Hector Neris PHI 74 WalksAmerican League Rank Player Team BB 1 Lance McCullers Jr. HOU 76 2 Dylan Cease CWS 68 3 Nick Pivetta BOS 65 National League Rank Player Team BB T-1 Luis Castillo CIN 75 T-1 Zach Davies CHC 75 3 Blake Snell SD 69 Innings pitchedAmerican League Rank Player Team IP 1 Robbie Ray TOR 193.1 2 Jose Berrios TOR 192.0 3 Frankie Montas OAK 187.0 National League Rank Player Team IP 1 Zack Wheeler PHI 213.1 2 Walker Buehler LAD 207.2 3 Adam Wainwright STL 206.1 LossesAmerican League Rank Player Team Losses 1 Cole Irvin OAK 15 T-2 Matt Harvey BAL 14 T-2 Jorge Lopez BAL 14 National League Rank Player Team Losses T-1 Luis Castillo CIN 16 T-1 Patrick Corbin WSH 16 3 Sandy Alcantara MIA 15 fWAR (as of Saturday) Billie Weiss/Boston Red Sox / Getty Images Sport / GettyAmerican League Rank Player Team fWAR 1 Nathan Eovaldi BOS 5.6 2 Gerrit Cole NYY 5.3 3 Dylan Cease CWS 4.2 National League Rank Player Team fWAR 1 Corbin Burnes MIL 7.5 2 Zack Wheeler PHI 7.3 3 Max Scherzer LAD 5.4 Copyright © 2021 Score Media Ventures Inc. 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Source: The Score
Sunday, Oct 3, 2021

TheRotoFeedFanDuel: Bo Knows

We've come to the final Thursday of the regular season and not every race for the postseason has been decided. That's good news for us because teams who still have something to play for will be sending out their best. The downside of that is that you'll have to pay up for guys such as Bo Bichette, (SS: $3,800) He's pricey but oh boy has Bo turned into a fantasy stud this season. You love to see a guy that can hit near .300, approach 30 dongs, and swipe 20 bags. He does it all and that means monster point potential. Fire him up today with full confidence. New to FanDuel? Scared of feeling like a small fish in a big pond? Well, be sure to read our content and subscribe to the DFSBot for your daily baseball plays. Just remember to sign up through us before jumping into the fray. It s how we know you care!

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Thursday, Sep 30, 2021

The ScoreBichette inspired after big win over Yankees: 'Biggest moments of my life'

Toronto Blue Jays shortstop Bo Bichette had an incredible night Wednesday against the New York Yankees, and the 23-year-old was relishing in the success after his team ended its rivals' seven-game winning streak."These are the biggest moments of my life so far," Bichette said, according to the Toronto Sun's Rob Longley. "Hopefully, there are a lot bigger ones in the future."Bichette belted two homers, including a game-winning blast in the eighth inning off reliever Clay Holmes. The young infielder was animated during his home run trot before stepping out of Toronto's dugout to a curtain call from a packed Rogers Centre audience. Go-ahead Bo! pic.twitter.com/qi5vqPEe45 MLB (@MLB) September 30, 2021 Toronto's 6-5 victory was a crucial one. It kept the Blue Jays within one game of the Boston Red Sox for the second wild-card spot in the American League, with four games remaining on their schedule.One of those contests is against the Yankees on Thursday. Bichette didn't appear intimidated by the task at hand when asked about having to beat the Bronx Bombers twice in two days to keep pace in the race for the wild card."The (Yankees) are just another team trying to accomplish what we're trying to accomplish. I don't look at them as at a higher standard than us."Copyright © 2021 Score Media Ventures Inc. All rights reserved. Certain content reproduced under license.

Source: The Score
Thursday, Sep 30, 2021

TheRotoFeedBo Knows This, Bo Knows That, But Bo Goes Jack Twice Cause Bo Can t Nap

var _bp = _bp []; _bp.push({ "div": "Brid_4100820_1", "obj": {"id":"13959","stats":{"wp":1 ,"title":"RZBL%20FB%202021%20BSH%20Week%203","autoplay":true,"video":"869211","width":"640","height":"360" ); Not to come out with a hot take 18 hours after everyone, but Gerrit Cole has to win that game (6 IP, 5 ER, ERA at 3.23). Has to shutout the Jays. Scherzer would've. DeGrom would've. Corbin Burnes would've. Yeah, I said Corbin Burnes! They would've shut down the Jays. I'm glad the Jays were not shut down, don't get it twisted, as they say at anarchistic pretzel stands. I love me the Baby Jays. Wanna put food in their mouth and talk to their moms about how I used to watch their husbands play, and then become real chummy until I'm called Unkie Grey and am at their house for Thanksgiving! That's how much I love the Jays, but if you're Cole, you gotta win that. So, Bo Bichette (3-for-4) hit his 27th and 28th homer, as he led the Jays to victory as well as a lot of his fantasy teams. I don't mean he plays fantasy, I mean the teams he was on won--Ya know what? You know what I mean! Bo Bichette is the epitome of everything you want in fantasy. He's got 30-homer power, 30-steal speed, high contact, great lineup, plays every day and, if you say his name fast, it sounds like Boba Chette. For 2022 fantasy, there's so much talent in the game, but I could see struggling with trying to squeeze Boba in the top five because he will not suck, no matter the straw size. Anyway, here's what else I saw yesterday in fantasy baseball:

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Thursday, Sep 30, 2021

Yahoo SportsCG: [email protected] - 09/29/21

Condensed Game: Bo Bichette hammered two homers, including a go-ahead jack in the 8th to lead the Blue Jays to a huge win over the Yankees

Source: Yahoo Sports
Wednesday, Sep 29, 2021


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