We are all expecting that Vladimir Guerrero Jr. can make it to the Majors as soon as possible, and he is making it hard for the Toronto Blue Jays to keep him in the minor leagues; he is dominating the Double-A level and he is begging for more challenges.
The case for calling up Vladimir Guerrero Jr. now. Column: https://t.co/ombqwdSPLP— Jeff Passan (@JeffPassan) 1 de mayo de 2018
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- Is former 1-1 a bust?
- Cardinals' steal
- Crazy Padres depth
- Bieber fever
- Mets' latest hope
This Thursday, the MLB's number 3 absolutely crushed by it ball during a match while playing for the Double-A side New Hampshire. The crunch of the bat was so loud and impressing that even fans that were at the game were left astonished.
Even more, the sound was so loud that even his legendary father and member of the Cooperstown's Hall of Fame, Vladimir Guerrero Sr. praised his son power and strength with the bat.
Alongside Bo Bichette his fellow Blue Jays' prospect, Vlady Jr. is one of MLB'S most promising and exciting young players of all; proof of this are Guerrero's outstanding stats as he has a batting average of .388 with three home runs and an astonishing 1.076 OPS