Blue Jays set MLB record as 6th Toronto rookie hits 10-HR mark
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The kids are all right.

The Toronto Blue Jays set a major-league record when outfielder Billy McKinney hit a two-run home run Sunday afternoon against the New York Yankees. McKinney's 10th round-tripper of the season made the Blue Jays the first team in MLB history to have six rookies reach the 10-homer plateau in the same season.

McKinney joins Vladimir Guerrero Jr., Bo Bichette, Cavan Biggio, Rowdy Tellez, and Danny Jansen as the club's first-year players to hit double-digit dingers.

None of Toronto's rookies have hit 20 homers yet, though there's still time for that to change.

Player HR
Tellez 19
Biggio 15
Guerrero 15
Jansen 13
Bichette 11
McKinney 10

The Blue Jays are unlikely to add another name to the list, as fellow rookie Reese McGuire is next in line with five homers in 26 games.

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