2. Vernon Wells
Vernon Wells had a very underrated 12-year tenure with the Blue Jays. Through those 12 seasons, he won three Gold Gloves, was a three-time All-Star and won a Silver Slugger Award. He was consistently a good player on both sides of the ball during his time in Toronto.
The former fifth overall pick had his best offensive season in 2003. He slashed .317/.359/.550 with 33 home runs and 117 RBI while suiting up in 161 games. He led the league with 215 hits, 49 doubles, and 373 total bases. He was an All-Star, won his lone Silver Slugger, and finished eighth in the American League MVP balloting.
In each of the following three seasons, he won a Gold Glove Award. Wells’ 30 DRS from 2004-2006 ranked fifth in the American League and was the highest among center fielders.
He had his best all-around season in 2006 when he put up a 128 WRC+ and 12 DRS which were both second among AL center fielders.
Wells ranks fifth in bWAR, third in runs scored, second in hits, fourth in home runs, and second in RBI in Blue Jays history. His high ranks in virtually every single offensive category alongside his outstanding defense in centre field put him as the second-best outfielder in Blue Jays history and in my opinion the best center fielder to ever play for this franchise.