The exciting arrival of Bo Bichette to the big leagues brought a welcome burst of optimism to a Blue Jays organization focused on the future.
But while the history-making, record-breaking outburst of offense from the team’s 21-year-old shortstop has been a distraction from some of the woes the team has endured throughout the season, it’s also taken away from some of the impressive performances the rest of the lineup has seen of late.
When Vladimir Guerrero Jr. hit his first career triple on Saturday, a two-run go-ahead drive in the seventh inning, the 20-year-old slugger became easily recognizable as the hero in the 5-4 victory for the home team at Rogers Centre. But what he’s done over his past 20 contests has also been nothing short of impressive.
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