Using an effortless one-handed swing, Vladimir Guerrero Jr. crushed a double off the wall
Vladimir Guerrero Jr. is an unreal talent at the plate -- and he's going to put on quite a show once he becomes part of the Blue Jays' everyday lineup.
Early in Toronto's 5-2 Spring Training win over the Yankees on Sunday, Guerrero hit a double off the left-field wall. That's pretty standard results for many players, but what wasn't standard about it was how Guerrero basically did this with just one hand. Pulling his hands in to make contact, he nearly hit the ball completely out of the stadium and made it look absurdly easy.
Take a closer look:
this easy, one-handed swing from a Vladimir Guerrero Jr. resulted in a double high off the wall. pic.twitter.com/nBd4NisVWy— Sung Min Kim (@sung_minkim) March 3, 2019
It's a bit reminiscent of Yasiel Puig's one-handed homer in the World Series two seasons ago.
Two-handed swings? Old news. One-handed doubles off the wall? Check.
What might he do next? I don't know, but I'm sure it'll be something ridiculous.