Vlad Guerrero Jr. Projected to Join His Father in Major League Ranks

Vladimir Guerrero Jr. was signed as a 17-year-old by the Toronto Blue Jays last year, as one of the top international prospects.  Now he is on a path to eventually join his father, Vladimir Guerrero Sr.,  as a major-leaguer.  At 6-foot-1, 200 pounds, he’s already showing a talent reminiscent of his father’s.

Vlad Jr. was coached by his father and uncle, Wilton Guerrero, who also played in the majors.

To read more about Vlad Guerrero Jr.’s career, follow the link below from thestar.com:

https://www.thestar.com/sports/baseball/2017/06/25/vlad-the-dad-sees-guerrero-jr-ahead-of-him-on-the-learning-curve-griffin.html

16-Year-Old Vlad Guerrero Jr. Signs With the Blue Jays

During the international player signing period in July, 16-year-old Vladimor Guerrero Jr. was inked to a deal with the Toronot Blue Jays organization that includes a $4.1M bonus.

Guerrero Jr. is the son of Vladimir Guerrero, who starred in the big leagues for 16 seasons, primarily with the Expos and Angels organizations.  He hit 449 career home runs to go along with a .318 batting average, and was the American League MVP in 2004.

Read more about Guerrero Jr. at the links below:

http://www.outsidepitchmlb.com/the-toronto-blue-jays-may-have-found-their-future-star-in-vladimir-guerrero-jr/31157

http://saywhatjaystalk.sportsblog.com/posts/2808207/vladdy-guerrero-jr–like-father-like-son–jays-fans-certainly-hope-so.html