When the Blue Jays roll out their heavy artillery, opponents are shelled with a blinding firestorm of hits and runs. As the curtain went down on their AL East championship Sunday, they'd outscored opponents 891 to 670.
"They don't let a pitching staff or a pitcher up for air," says Rays manager Kevin Cash. "Their power is off the charts. There's not one light spot in their lineup. They're so dangerous."
Hal Bodley, dean of American baseball writers, is the senior correspondent for MLB.com. Follow him @halbodley on Twitter. This story was not subject to the approval of Major League Baseball or its clubs.