Vladimir Guerrero Jr. has followed in his father’s footsteps quite nicely since arriving on the scene in 2019.
The Toronto Blue Jays star has already accomplished so much in his young career.
At the age of 23, he has already broken several Blue Jays franchise records.
Guerrero has even had two three-homer games and has led Major League Baseball in All-Star Game voting.
Once again, Guerrero is only 23 and has already accomplished some impressive feats, following in Vlad Sr.’s footsteps.
Just a reminder, Vladdy has already…
🔹 Won a Silver Slugger Award
🔹 Won the Hank Aaron Award
🔹 Won a Gold Glove Award
🔹 Won the Juan Marichal Award
🔹 Led MLB in All-Star Voting
🔹 Won All-Star Game MVP
🔹 Had Two 3-HR Games
🔹 Broke multiple franchise records
He’s 23 💥 pic.twitter.com/yg5JBLuO5Z
— Toronto Blue Jays (@BlueJays) November 3, 2022
Guerrero’s Impact On The Blue Jays
This year marks the first year that Guerrero has earned a Gold Glove.
He became the first Blue Jays first baseman to ever win a Gold Glove.
At the plate, he had yet another memorable season, hitting .274 with 32 home runs, 97 RBI and an .819 OPS.
Guerrero came up in 2019 and immediately burst onto the scene, becoming one of Major League Baseball’s most elite hitters.
In just his fourth year, he’s proven to be capable of putting up MVP caliber numbers and carrying the Blue Jays to the postseason.
These are some pretty important accomplishments for Guerrero, especially given that he is only 23 and has been in the league for just four seasons.
Guerrero is the future of the Blue Jays, who look to be a team on the rise and ready to make some noise in the American League.