Bichette makes his pitch
Maybe a dozen Dante Bichettes make the transition from the big leagues to retirement each year. Many of them open hitting schools, take up broadcasting or play golf until their hands cramp. Bichette played competitive tennis, dabbled in real estate and helped coach his two young sons, Dante and Bo, who have enough talent on the baseball field to allow their father to dream.
Boring and predictable went together like hand and batting glove until this summer, when Bichette did something to make his friends wonder if he was: a) having a mid-life crisis; or b) suffering from terminal light-headedness after all those long games at Coors Field.
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