DENVER — Vladimir Guerrero Jr. flaunted his glove and his bat at the 2021 MLB All-Star Game on Tuesday night.
Guerrero Jr., showing up in the Midsummer Classic, shown up at Denver’s Coors Field with a uniquely designed baseball mitt that included a photo of him with his Hall of Fame father in coordinating with Montreal Expos gear from the mid-2000s, ESPN reported.”Stuntin like his Vladdy!” the Toronto Blue Jays tweeted.MLB repeated comparative conclusions in a tweet, taking note of that Guerrero Jr’s. All-Star Glove was “epic.”
Guerrero Sr. was a nine-time All-Star and was chosen for the Hall of Fame in 2018.
Guerrero Jr. moved forward with his bat during the All-Star Game, soaring a 468-foot homer in the third inning to give the American League a 2-0 lead. It was the 200th homer in All-Star Game history, as indicated by Fox Sports. At 22 years, 119 days old, Guerrero is the second-most youthful player to hit one at the All-Star Game, as per MLB details. The most youthful was Hall of Famer Johnny Bench. The Reds catcher was 21 years, 228 days old in 1969 when he associated at Washington’s D.C. Arena. Vladimir Guerrero hit an inverse field grand slam in the 2006 All-Star Game at Pittsburgh’s PNC Park, giving the American League a 1-0 lead. The American League dominated that match 3-2.