He's not just Canada's secret anymore. 🌟
If you were watching the MLB All-Star Game last night and you didn't know who Vladimir Guerrero Jr. was, you certainly do now.
The Blue Jays slugger was named an All-Star for the first time in 2021, but he didn't rest on his laurels at the game. Instead, he went 1 for 3 with 2 RBI and a massive home run, winning the title of All-Star MVP and breaking a bunch of records while he did it.
His All-Star MVP win makes him the first Blue Jay to ever win the title and he's the youngest player in the history of baseball to ever accomplish the feat, too, according to Sportsnet.
Not only that, but he did it in style, too. Whereas for Mother's Day Guerrero Jr. rocked some mom cleats, this time he wore a glove featuring a photo of him and his dad, another MLB All-Star and baseball legend.
How it started ➡️ how it's going Vladdy's All-Star glove is epic. https://t.co/coY6zE1eON— MLB (@MLB) 1626218609.0
Vladdy Jr. was also joined by teammates Marcus Semien, Teoscar Hernandez and Bo Bichette at the game, the core of a Blue Jays team that's still making a push for the playoffs this season.
The four players were representing Canada at the game, despite the fact that their All-Star Game jerseys had USA flags on them — a fact which Blue Jays fans were definitely not happy about.