The decision in the Blue Jays to move the Canadian-Dominican to the initial began to take effect with good performances in practice.
Vladimir Guerrero Jr. will leave third base in the 2020 season Big leagues and in his essays in the initial he made it clear that he will be up to it, as he showed Toronto Blue Jays on their social networks.
Manager Charlie Montoyo moved the Canadian-Dominican to first base and the son of the legend responded with a move worthy of the best, throwing himself headfirst to catch a ball that was hitting right field, in addition to generating an out .
– Toronto Blue Jays (@BlueJays) July 16, 2020
The Blue Jays’ intention is for the 21-year-old to take the defensive starting position, in addition to being a Designated Hitter in the rotation.
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