On Saturday at Fenway Park, it was almost like de ja vu. Vladimir Guerrero Jr. became the first player to hit 20 home runs, and it looked almost exactly like his monster home run from Friday night over the Green Monster. Except, it was in broad daylight.
The Blue Jays rebounded from a tough loss to win 7-2 and improve to 32-30 on the season. Additionally, Bo Bichette, Cavan Biggio, and Marcus Semien homered in this game.
Remember, the Blue Jays are still without the expensive talents of George Springer this season, which has dragged on basically all year long.
It’s tough to say if there’s a better lineup in the American league or all of baseball to be honest.