If one backs out of that page and drills into his 2021 splits, he has hit 27 solo home runs this year, 19 with men on. Of those 19, one was a grand slam, 4 are 3-run homers, 12 are two run homers.
Those numbers are within normal random chance.
Blue Jays and Other Selected Batters, Percentage Of Home Runs With Runners On
Vladimir Guerrero: 41%
Marcus Semien: 37.5%
Teoscar Hernandez: 57%
Bo Bichette: 42%
Randal Grichuk: 47%
Shohei Ohtani: 39%
Sal Perez: 51%
Fernando Tatis: 36%
Joey Gallo: 47%
Obviously batting order position affects this. The two lowest numbers above, Semien and Tatis, are also the two batters who most often hit in the top two positions in the lineup. The third lowest number, Guerrero, has hit second or third more or less the entire season. The highest number, Hernandez, usually hits cleanup or fifth.
That said, I cannot help but note that Teoscar Hernandez actually is crushing it with men on base. With the bases empty, he’s a slightly above average hitter. With men on, he’s basically Frank Robinson in Frank’s peak years. MLB hitters as a whole do slightly better with men on, but his numbers are wildly different. (Another Blue Jay, Lourdes Gurriel, is similar, except he’s actually a shitty hitter with the bases empty and an All Star level hitter with men on; he has hit four grand slams, a team record, out of just 19 homers.)
Vladimir Guerrero is pretty much exactly the same hitter with men on or the bases empty.