A division title caused significant turnover, but the Jays aren’t lacking in prospect talent.
Ben and Sam discuss the onslaught of articles about which teams are best-suited for October, then talk about the Cooperstown cases of Vladimir Guerrero and Todd Helton.
Why the birth of Wilton Guerrero was probably either a miracle or not entirely on the up and up.
We roll out a new feature designed to help you dig deeper into how pitchers approach hitters and how hitters respond.
How do the Hall of Fame cases of Vladimir Guerrero, Johnny Damon, and Manny Ramirez stack up?
Vladimir Guerrero has made a career out of hitting impossible pitches and swinging at everything in between.
Even in Triple-A, Vladimir Guerrero still swings at and makes contact with almost everything.
Blue Jays sign Vladimir Guerrero, Twins send Liriano to the bullpen.
Albert Pujols says he’s not worried about his homerless streak because “home runs come in bunches.” But is there any truth to the cliche?