Already four years of Vladimir Guerrero son in Toronto

Already four years old by Vladimir Guerrero son in Toronto


When in good shape, Vladimir Guerrero Jr. and the Toronto Blue Jays are very hard to stop. The Dominican made life difficult for the Chicago White Sox on Wednesday at the Rogers Center, as he celebrated the fourth anniversary of his first game with the team. 

The poor Chicago White Sox have a once more were the victims in a jubilant stadium, beaten by the score of 8 to 0. The “White Socks” were swept in their three-game series, also being shut out the day before. 

For Vlad junior, this meeting took on a special character, since on April 26, 2019, the son of the legend of the Montreal Expos made his debut in major league baseball. He then hit a ball down the right field line for a double. has since won a Silver Rod and a Golden Glove and appeared in two All-Star Games. Let's just say it's been going pretty well so far. 

Back in 2023, it was with the same blow as in his debut that he participated in the scoring in the third inning. His long shot, one of his two doubles of the day, allowed George Springer and Bo Bichette to cross the plate. 

These two men continued to be talked about afterwards, but not necessarily for the same reasons. Bichette hit a rather peculiar home run in the seventh inning, the ball hitting the net from the boundary line to left field. Springer, meanwhile, was hit in the right hand by a pitch by Michael Kopech in the third inning and suffered a contusion. 

On the mound, Yusei Kikuchi (4-0) remained impeccable this season with a good outing of five and two-thirds innings. The Japanese pitcher gave up just four hits and struck out eight men. His three relievers went into the mitt for nine of the White Sox's last 10 batters. 

A scare for Judge 

In Minneapolis, Aaron Judge gave New York Yankees fans a scare when he appeared to be injured, but the number 99 recovered well to participate in his 12-6 victory over the Twins. 

In the second set, the one who was celebrating his 31st birthday tried to steal the third base. The 6'7″ colossus, however, miscalculated his headfirst slide and twisted his wrist on the ground. Pulled out by an opposing player, he retreated to the bench holding his arm.

Having chased away the pain, Judge later hit a simple to finish with three hits in four at bats. He drove in three runs, as many as teammate Anthony Volpe. 

Jose Miranda spurned two shots over the fence for the Twins, but it wasn't enough for the best team in the league. Central section of the American. Even though the Yankees have an identical record of 14-11, they are only fourth in the East.