If the Blue Jays are going to have a fighting chance in 2010 and beyond, they are going need their young guns to deliver. Aaron Hill, Adam Lind, and Travis Snider are undoubtedly the pillars of the offensive charge moving forward for the Toronto Blue Jays.
Combined, these young guns accounted for 38 percent of all home runs hit by the Blue Jays in 2009. If their success is going to continue, all three must continue to perform well at home inside the dome.
Just out of curiosity, I wanted to see what the home run distribution was like for Aaron Hill, Adam Lind, and Travis Snider inside the Rogers Centre. There really isn't a lot of analyzing to do here, but it's interesting to see where the majority of their home runs landed at home.
If it seemed like a lot of Aaron ...
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Article written by Ian Hunter