Dallas Keuchel Father Dennis And Mother Teresa
Dallas Keuchel parents Dennis Keuchel and Teresa Keuchel met at Bishop Kelley High School. They are residents of Tulsa.
They raised the 2015 Cy Young Winner and his sister, Krista, in Tulsa. The veteran of the game, Dallas, in 2014 confessed there was nothing more special than hearing his parents' voices whenever he couldn't meet them.
The last few years have been tough for the World Series champion. He has been designated for assignment by three teams in a short span and currently has no offers on the table. But in the midst of this chaotic phase in his career, he has received full support from Dennis and Teresa.
Dennis Keuchel Was An Athlete In High School
Dallas Keuchel's father Dennis Keuchel was a pitcher at Bishop Kelley High School.
Dallas's love for the sport and his athletic gene came from his father, Dennis Keuchel. Before Dallas started pitching at Bishop Kelley, Dennis had done the same.
In 1976, Dennis graduated from Bishop Kelley High School and was one of their players. The school recognized the father-son duo in a post from 2014 when they threw out the first pitch at Minute Maid Park.
For Father's Day in 2014, the Astros organization called out their pitchers and their dads to throw out the first pitch before the game. The Astros shared the post on their Twitter handle with the three pitchers taking the catcher's position and their dad aiming at the glove.
Teresa Keuchel Has Been Vocal About His Time At White Sox
Teresa Keuchel is a mother of two kids, Dallas Keuchel and Krista Keuchel.
Every mum in the world wants to see their child succeed. So, in 2020, when Dallas signed with Chicago White Sox to prove he was still one of the best in business, Teresa backed her son and the organization.
Before the season began, the pitcher splashed $25,000 on a dinner party he bought for the organization. Among those 100 people who had attended was Teresa Keuchel, who gave a fiery speech.
At the end of the speech, Teresa uttered the words, "Playoffs or die." Though White Sox didn't make it to the playoffs, Keuchel did have a fantastic season, which gave glimpses of his past self.
But since then, it has been a downhill battle for the pitcher. His relationship didn't end on good terms with White Sox, and Teresa threw shade at the organization in a Facebook post.
Like her husband, Teresa is also a Bishop Kelley graduate; on her Facebook, we can see pictures dating back to 2013 when Dallas was a newbie in the MLB.