How will Bo Bichette compare to his father, Dante, in fantasy baseball?

When Bo Bichette reaches the majors, what sort of fantasy baseball upside will the son of Donte have? Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports

In an industry where everyone is looking for a way that they can uncover the next new market advantage, the Toronto Blue Jays have one area cornered: nepotism. If you came up as a baseball fan in the 1990s, then the upcoming Toronto team in their 20s is your squad.

Vladimir Guerrero Jr. is the star; the one with more helium than a Goodyear blimp. He is the one whom everyone will remember and has the best chance of joining his famous kin in Cooperstown. Cavan Biggio -- son of another Hall of Famer, Craig Biggio -- is the jack of all trades. He can hit. He has some pop. He can play a few different positions. Let us not forget that Lourdes Gurriel Jr. also carries the title of junior. Although his father was not a major leaguer, Lourdes Sr. was a decorated Cuban baseball star in his time and is an Olympic gold medalist in the sport.

There is one more next-generation talent on the way:

Bo Bichette, the son of Dante, will play for the Blue Jays