The Young Blue Jess Core is already setting a record mark

Bow Beachet # 11 of the Toronto Blue Jays was run out for two in the seventh inning of their MLB game at the Rogers Center on May 21, 2022 in Toronto, Canada.
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The Toronto Blue Jays have had some ups and downs so far, but they have remained in the playoffs and have been able to keep up with the New York Yankees and the Tampa Bay Ray.

They have made a somewhat rough patch as they sit at 22-20 after losing to the St. Louis Cardinals on Monday night.

However, there are two players who have been the bright spot for this Toronto squad.

Vladimir Guerrero Jr. and Bo Bechett are the youngest players in Blue Jess history to reach the 50-career Homer mark.

The Blue Jays tweeted about their accomplishments and paid tribute to their two stars, including a video from Beachet Gauge Yard.

Key factors for Bichette, Guerrero Jays

These two stars are still young and have a bright future ahead of them.

Reaching such a milestone so early in their careers is impressive and shows that the sky is the limit not only for them but also for this ball club.

These two players are fast becoming the best two in the game.

If the Blue Jays are going to run for the American League East, both Beachet and Guerrero are going to be the main reason.

It is still a very deep and talented Blue Jays ball club capable of doing many things, the home run being one of them.

They will need Guerrero and Beachet to continue their mashing home run in search of the AL East title and their place in the AL Wild Card race.

We’ll see if they can bomb and keep their team alive.

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