Beau Jordan Te Wera Bishop
- Bats Right, Throws Right
- Height 6' 2", Weight 198 lb.
- High School Aotea College
Beau Bishop was primarily a softball player in New Zealand when Boston Red Sox scout Jon Deeble signed him in 2011. Boston had signed two other New Zealanders, Boss Moanaroa and Moko Moanaroa. He fared well in the 2011 Australian Baseball Academy, finishing among the league leaders in numerous areas. He made his pro debut with the 2012 GCL Red Sox, going 1 for 4 against the GCL Rays on June 19. He hit .189/.232/.208 in 16 games that season.
In the 2013 World Baseball Classic Qualifiers, he was 2 for 10 with a double, five walks and a run. He was second on New Zealand in OBP (behind Scott Campbell) and led in walks. For the Taiwan qualifying pool, only Ssu-Chi Chou (6) had more walks. His brother Sam Bishop was a teammate. Bishop was 0 for 5 with a passed ball for the 2013 GCL Red Sox. For the Adelaide Bite in the 2013-2014 Australian Baseball League, he was 0 for 5 with a walk. He was let go by the Red Sox.
Bishop next appeared with the AZL Brewers in 2015, going 1 for 2 with a RBI. With the Bite in the 2015-2016 ABL, he was 1 for 5; the team interestingly had another Kiwi starting at catcher (Connar O'Gorman). With O'Gorman starting at backstop for New Zealand in the 2017 World Baseball Classic Qualifiers, Bishop was the DH in game 1, but was retired all three times by Dylan Unsworth of South Africa and sat out the next two games, replaced at DH by fellow ex-Red Sox farmhand Moko Moanaroa.