Vladimir Guerrero Jr., widely regarded as one of the best prospects for baseball, will be convened on Friday by the Toronto Blue Jays and is expected to make his debut in the Major League, coach Charlie Montoyo announced.
Guerrero, a The 20-year-old third baseman was ranked 2nd in the ESPN insider Keith Laws 2019 top prospect list. The Jays have not yet announced a corresponding cadre train.
Guerrero hit .381 in 95 games with 20 homers and 78 RBIs, while he shot through four levels of a minor league ball last season.
1 The chance of getting the Blue Jays league out of the spring training session, however, has ruined the opportunity.
"It's a big big moment for the Toronto Blue Jays," Montoyo said. "Hopefully it will become what everyone believes will become one, and that will be good for us all – Toronto, the city of Toronto, the Blue Jays, and the organization."
Guerrero continued with Triple this season – A buffalo who hit .367 in 8 games with three homers and eight RBIs, including a home game in Wednesday's game.
In Toronto, Oakland will host a three-game series with right-hander Mike Fiers on Friday. The launch of the A & # 39; s and Marcus Stroman fell on the hill for the Blue Jays.
Guerrero's father played 16 seasons in the majors and was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 2018.