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