Triston Casas Parents Christine Casas And Jose Casas
Triston Casas parents Christine Casas and Jose Casas were married for eleven years. Christine and Jose raised two sons in Florida.
The couple started to live in The Sunshine State after they tied the knot on April 9, 1998. Christine is a native of the Bronx, New York. She married the Florida native with whom she raised two kids, but before she could see her son become a baseball star, Christine sadly passed away on July 4, 2009.
Triston was then looked after by his stepmom Ursulina Schwartz.
Triston was only nine when he lost his mother, an age when he had not even started swinging his baseball bat. The Red Sox player never really got the chance to show his mom how much he had perfected the sport, but he certainly has made his dad, Jose, proud when he comes to watch him in every single game he has played.
Since then, his father, Jose, has been the rock of his life. Jose is the president of C & A Trucking and graduated with a degree in business and finance from Florida International University.
During his time at Florida International University, Jose was an athlete and played football and baseball, but mostly football. Jose didn't want his sons to play football as he considered it aggressive.
Triston played soccer during his school days and later focused on baseball, and Jose, who never had a thing for the bat and ball game, let his child pursue the sport. With Jose's roots attached to Cuba, it's not shocking that Triston has followed in the footsteps of some of the famous Cuban players.
The sport for which Tristan is now considered a top prospect, the 23-year-old developed an affection for it after his dad bought him a Fisher-Price plastic ball and the plastic Tee. Jose, who also works in the construction business, has always managed to find time for his kids and has never missed a single game.
A dedicated parent, Jose Casas is already a frequent visitor at Fenway Park as his son looks ready to make a huge impact for Boston Red Sox in the upcoming season.