Toronto Blue Jays Carlos Delgado homers to centre field during fifth inning AL action against the Tampa Bay Devil Rays in Toronto, Sept. 23, 2003. (CP PHOTO/Aaron Harris)

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While Roberto Alomar gets all the attention in the 'Best Blue Jay of all time' conversation, it's Carlos Delgado's name that's at the top of the list in most offensive categories. The catcher-turned-first-baseman is the Jays' leader in career home runs (336), RBI (1,058), walks (827), slugging percentage (.556), runs (889), total bases (2,786) and doubles (343). And, on Sept. 25, 2003, Delgado added another notch to his belt by becoming just the 15th player ever to hit four homers in a single game. Thanks to Delgado's six RBI, the Jays knocked off the Tampa Bay Devil Rays 10-8.

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