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Vladimir Guerrero
Vladimir Guerrero

Born: February 9, 1975 (age 43) in Don Gregorio

Vladimir Guerrero


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Vladimir Alvino Guerrero is a Dominican former professional baseball player who spent 16 seasons in Major League Baseball.

A right fielder and designated hitter, he has played for the Montreal Expos, Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim, Texas Rangers, and Baltimore Orioles.

In 2004, he was voted the American League Most Valuable Player.

He helped lead the Angels to five AL West championships, and was voted as one of the most feared hitters in baseball in a 2008 poll of all 30 major league managers.

A nine-time All Star, he was widely recognized as one of the best all-around players in the game because of his impressive offensive production, regularly hitting for power and average, and, prior to injuries that robbed him of range, stellar defense and strong throwing arms.

He was also regarded as the game's premier "bad ball hitter," for his ability to consistently hit balls thrown well outside of his strike zone, a skill made evident on August 14, 2009, when Guerrero hit a pitch which bounced in front of home plate.

On September 26, 2011, Guerrero became the all-time MLB leader in hits among players from the Dominican Republic, surpassing Julio Franco.


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Guerrero named AFL Player of the Week

One week into the Arizona Fall League and Vladimir Guerrero Jr. has lived up to the hype. It was announced Tuesday that Guerrero won the league's Player of the Week after batting .643 and recording six..
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Vlad Jr. continues torrid AFL start with 3-hit night

Vladimir Guerrero Jr., MLB Pipeline's No. 1 overall prospect, has started the Arizona Fall League season much like he concluded his Minor League season.
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D-backs' Mark hit in head by 103-mph Vlad Jr. liner

D-backs prospect Tyler Mark walked off under his own power after being struck in the head by a line drive off the bat of Vladimir Guerrero Jr. in the third inning of an Arizona Fall League game on..
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