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Vlad Jr.'s 450-foot HR energizes Blue Jays Opening Day.  

A slow start bubbled and burst Thursday, laying the groundwork for a Blue Jays onslaught that won 8-2 over the Rays on Opening Day at Tropicana Field.  

John Schneider called the Blue Jays a “damn good offensive team,” and slapping singles and taking turns won't revive that.   

This lineup must be loud. It must break things. It requires Vladimir Guerrero Jr. walking across home plate to enjoy a 450-foot center-field shot that went where baseballs don't fall.  

We want guys to do damage,” Schneider added. “Getting three or four hits in an inning consistently is hard at this level, so we want the top guys to do damage.   

We want good counts and ball drives. Guys throughout the lineup can compliment that.”  

Because it happened, call it manifestation. After dominance from Rays starter Zach Eflin, George Springer finally got the Blue Jays on the board with a solo home run in....

the fourth inning, and after Cavan Biggio put the Jays ahead in the sixth, Guerrero was ready.   

Only 10 of Guerrero's career home runs have reached 450 feet, according to Statcast.  

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