Vladimir Guerrero Jr. hit a home run that went clear out of the stadium
It's no secret that Vladimir Guerrero Jr., the No. 3 prospect in baseball and son of the Hall of Famer, has plenty of power. Back in March, he took his bat to Olympic Stadium and, like his father before him, hit a massive walk-off home run.
On Thursday night, Guerrero hit perhaps his most impressive home run yet, taking a pitch from Binghamton Rumble Ponies starter Mickey Jannis and sending it over the advertising board and out of the stadium in a hurry:
Though Guerrero's New Hampshire Fisher Cats lost, 10-6, he can rest easy. His home run earned the attention and admiration of a Hall of Famer:
Close your eyes and listen to that sound 💥💥💥 https://t.co/fQyWmvy06F— Vladimir Guerrero (@VladGuerrero27) May 4, 2018
Sure, that Hall of Famer was his dad, but that doesn't cheapen Guerrero's monster home run one bit. Just watch it again and maybe put in some ear plugs this time. That sound off the bat truly is something else.