With the present crisis of the coronavirus, the first career game in the major league baseball Vladimir Guerrero’s son April 26, 2019 seems a distant memory for many, but the main question hasn’t forgotten anything, even if his thoughts are directed to his preparation for the season 2020.
The player of the third cushion of the Toronto Blue Jays came under the spotlight at the Rogers Centre in its early days. During a duel against the Athletics in Oakland, it has been the subject of a warm welcome from the crowd. Guerrero son had obviously received a standing ovation for his turn at bat initial, which set the tone for the rest of his work day.
“This will be a defining moment for the rest of my life. I was nervous at the moment where I’m headed in the rectangle of batting to the presence in the stick and I’m still just talking about it”, he mentioned the network Sportsnet.
The offspring of the former slugger for the Montreal Expos Vladimir Guerrero had even been lauded at every turn by picking a simple driving in the territory of the false balls early in the encounter. Saying surprised of such a reaction, the Dominican did not know why the public was inflamed. However, he had become the darling of baseball fans from toronto.
“I was watching my team mates in the shelter who all laughed. I was confused, I didn’t know what was happening. It’s coming back to the bench that I understood,” he said.
It is, however, her appearance at the plate at the end of the ninth inning, which is the highlight of the part of the player before the field. His double to the opposite field has paved the way with a gain of 4 to 2, because shortly after, Brandon Drury has slammed a circuit to close the books.
“I didn’t think of this first look safe at all costs. I was the first hitter of the inning and I wanted to only get on the trails to help our team win the match, he issued, adding to have some memories of this match memorable. I still have two sweaters and they have not changed. They are always so dirty.”
Training and family
The Jays, like the other courses of the major, are waiting to see what will happen to the campaign 2020. All that Guerrero is to keep the shape and to spend time with his family in the town of Don Gregorio.
“Like everyone else, I spend most of my time with my family. To tell you the truth, this is about all I can do, he stressed, pointing out that one of his uncles provided him with a machine to hit balls. But I try to train me, hoping to play again soon, while assuring me to stay healthy. We don’t know when the season will start, but I want to be ready.”