A promising young outfielder drafted in the 2nd round (36th overall) by the London Imperial Swine in 2017, Bishop was named the #11 overall prospect in the OTBA in 2023 before making the all-star team in 2024 at the age of 25. Bishop suffered 14 recorded injuries during his baseball career, including a separated shoulder, broken forearm and torn rib muscle. Bishop saw his production decline as he entered his late 20's, leading the London franchise to not offer to renew his contract following the 2027 season. Bishop went on to record just 12 more career at-bats (with Stockholm) before retiring at age 29.
Despite playing just 650 career games across six injury-plagued seasons with London, Bishop retired as the organization's career leader in stolen bases (255) and single-season stolen bases (70 in 2023). As of 2032, Bishop still held both records.