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Shawn Green became the first left-handed batter in Los Angeles Dodgers franchise history to reach 100 RBI in a single season. Up to that point, the feat had only been accomplished in Brooklyn franchise history.

Green appropriately collected the 100th RBI with a solo home run against his former New York Mets. That was his only hit in a 5-4 loss at Dodger Stadium.

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Green’s best performance of the season to that point was a three-home run, seven-RBI effort against the Montreal Expos just three days prior. For most that would represent a career-best game, but Green then slugged four home runs and had seven RBI in a 6-for-6 effort against the Milwaukee Brewers the following year.

After seeing Ronald Acuna of the Braves join the 30/30 club, I’m willing to bet Bo Bichette will do the same some time in the next few years.
Bo Bichette has continued his remarkable run since debuting in the big leagues, and he was at it again last night.

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The 21-year-old collected three hits in a loss to the Seattle Mariners, and incredibly it was his 13th multi-hit game in his first 24 starts as a big leaguer. He hasn’t even been a Blue Jay for a month and already he’s written his name into the franchise record books and has provided a big jolt of excitement for the rebuilding franchise.

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I have no doubt that Bichette will put his name all over the franchise record book before his time in Toronto is over, but there’s one area in particular that I think he could challenge for, maybe even as soon as next season when he’ll have an opportunity get a full campaign under his belt. I’m talking about the 30/30 club, which is a pretty exclusive group across baseball history, and one that has only two Blue Jays members.

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For those that don’t know what the 30/30 club is, it’s when a player hits 30 or more home runs in one season, and also steals at least 30 bases. Shawn Green was the first in franchise history to accomplish the feat in 1998 when he hit 35 home runs and swiped 35 bags, and Jose Cruz Jr. was the second and most recent, hitting 34 home runs and stealing 32 bases in 2001.

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While the Blue Jays have had several mashers capable of hitting 30 or more home runs over the last couple of decades, they’ve rarely employed a player with the potential power and speed combination that Bichette possesses. He already has seven home runs in his first 104 at-bats, and he’s stolen two bases since debuting at the highest level. I realize that his power production likely isn’t sustainable, and that he’ll need to be a more frequent threat on the bases to push for 30 steals, but I don’t think it’s out of reach at all for the shortstop of the present and future in Toronto.

Bichette had 16 stolen bases in 21 attempts while in the minor leagues this season, and he had a career high of 32 in 43 chances in 2018 while playing 131 games in Double-A. He hasn’t exactly smashed the 30 steal mark during his professional career yet, but keep in mind that he only played 323 games as a minor leaguer before he was deemed ready to face the best competition in the world. Most players his age are still in A-ball, so while Bichette is already showing his All-Star potential, we have to remember that he’s still learning.

Stealing bases in the big leagues is a different animal than doing it in the minor leagues, as the catchers usually have premium arms, and most pitchers have honed their ability to make pickoff moves. That’s a big part of why Bichette is only 2-6 in stolen base attempts so far with the Blue Jays, but don’t let that fool you into thinking he can’t do it at this level. The speed is certainly there, and he’s proven himself to be an intuitive player in nearly every other facet of the game.

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That part of his game may come after the hitting and defensive tools develop, but I’m confident that Bichette will prove himself to be a big threat on the bases in time. Ronald Acuna Jr. of the Atlanta Braves was the latest to join that club, marking just the 62nd time the feat has been accomplished. I’m willing to bet at some point in the next two to four seasons, Bichette will join that list as well. It takes a special player to put together a season like that, but I believe young Bo has what it takes.

He went on to finish the 2001 season with 125 RBI and 49 home runs, both of which were career highs over his 15 years in the Majors.

Green was acquired in a trade with the Toronto Blue Jays in November 1999 and at the time signed to a six-year, $84 million contract extension. In his five seasons with the Dodgers, Green batted .280/.366/.510 with 183 doubles, 162 home runs, 509 RBI and appeared in 798 games.

Green, who had another 100-RBI season in 2002, was eventually joined in L.A. Dodgers history by fellow left-handed hitters J.D. Drew (100 RBI; 2006), Andre Ethier (106; 2009) and Adrian Gonzalez, who had 100 RBI in 2013 and 116 the following year.

The group figures to be joined by Cody Bellinger and Max Muncy before the 2019 season concludes. Bellinger additionally is on pace to surpass Green’s franchise record for most home runs in a single season.

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