Toronto Blue Jays

Blue Jays young core ready for more in 2020

Featuring rising young talents like Vladimir Guerrero Jr., Bo Bichette and Cavan Biggio, a new era of Blue Jays talent has arrived to thrill fans at Rogers Centre this season.

Last season Guerrero Jr., 20, landed in the lineup as the top prospect in baseball and after wowing fans across North America with his record-breaking display at the All-Star home run derby is looking to take his game to new heights in 2020.

Cavan Biggio also emerged from the minors to prove he’s got what it takes to play at the game’s top level. In addition to becoming a reliable second baseman, the 24-year-old was quick to establish himself as a future leader within the clubhouse and drummed up a productive 83 hits through his first 100 Major League games. Biggio also became the third Blue Jay in franchise history to hit for the cycle and the first since Jeff Fry reached the feat back in 2001.

Bichette, the final man of the trifecta to reach the Majors last season, wasted little time making his presence felt. The 21-year-old rocketed out of the gate at the plate with a record 11-game hit streak to begin his career, which included seven multi-hit games over that stretch.

Led by their young core, the Blue Jays are ready to install even more creativity under second year skipper Charlie Montoyo, fielding an exciting roster for fans to latch on to in 2020 and beyond.