Actually, it's Winfield (140 wRC+), Alomar (135 wRC+), Maldonado (128 wRC+), Olerud (127 wRC+), Carter (119 wRC+) and then White. Kent was pretty damn good too, but he wasn't in the playoffs for obvious reasons.
Are you talking strictly with the bat, or as overall players? Strictly with the bat, yeah, EE/Bautista > Alomar/Winfield. But that's about it. Reyes/Melky wouldn't be as good as Maldonado/Olerud, and after that it's Lawrie who wouldn't be as good as Carter. And so on, with the 92 squad being better the rest of the way except for Gruber.
The Jays have a better 3/4 combo with Bautista/EE, but that's about it. 92 team has the advantage for having a deeper lineup.
I'd prefer the 92 lineup, both focusing only on hitting and as overall players (ie defence included).
I added in the wRC+ to your quote. Changes things a bit when we put it in perspective relative to the league. Again, after the top 2 hitters the 92 team has a lot more depth in the lineup, and unless the Jays get a breakout from someone unexpected (Lawrie, Rasmus, Arencibia) then the 92 team will be, at least on paper, the stronger lineup.