The Toronto Blue Jays continue to be the story in MLB right now. They blistered the Rays last night as Tampa was on another bullpen game to the tune of 8-1 . It was the Jays' 12th win in 13 games, keeping them in the wild-card spots. And it was highlighted by Vlad Guerrero Jr. obliterating a ball for his 45th homer: Advertisement That ball had an exit velocity of 113 MPH, which doesn't really measure the venom this one got over the fence with. This was an invading force of a homer. An angry meteor. It seemingly got out in less than a second, with a launch angle of just 15 degrees, which would be only the third homer with a launch angle that low or lower. But let's not ruin this kind of thing with numbers and Statcast, though they help fill in the background. The 45 homers means Vlad has hit the fourth-most homers of any player 22 years of age or under in the history of the game, and he's got three weeks to top the 47 that Eddie Mathews hit in 1953. The other two names Vlad will likely pass are Joe DiMaggio and Johnny… Read full this story
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