Guerrero, the son of Vladimir Guerrero and the top-ranked prospect in baseball getting into the 2019 season, is certainly one of 15 non-roster invitees to the Blue Jays’ main league spring coaching, the workforce introduced Saturday. Though, it would not come as a lot shock for the megaprospect.
Blue Jays inside non-roster invitees to Main League camp pic.twitter.com/uCzlrPFZGg
— Blue Jays PR (@BlueJaysPR) January 26, 2019
The 19-year-old third baseman climbed up the ranks enjoying for Double-A New Hampshire and Triple-A Buffalo final season, and he’s anticipated to make his main league debut sooner or later this season.
He hit .336 over 30 video games at Buffalo after placing up a .402 batting common by 61 video games at New Hampshire to begin 2018.