Vladimir Guerrero Jr. belts walkoff homer for Jays in front of hometown fans in Montreal

null Vladimir Guerrero Jr.'s return to Montreal this week ended perfectly.Guerrero blasted a walkoff homer in the bottom of the ninth inning Tuesday night to give the Blue Jays a 1-0 win over the Cardinals in their spring training finale. Forget that the game meant nothing in the standings: The video below shows how meaningful the dinger was for the 19-year-old Guerrero, the Jays and the fans in Montreal, the city where the youngster was born and where his Hall of Famer dad became a star with

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the Expos. (Note, too, that the younger Guerrero was wearing No. 27, dad's old number.) FANTASY: Ranking rookies, sleepers to know for dynasty leaguesVladimir Guerrero Jr.: “These two days have been amazing for me, like a dream come true. Of course having that at-bat and having that chance to help the team win is something I’m always going to remember." #BlueJays— Shi Davidi (@ShiDavidi) March 28, 2018Guerrero's major-league teammates, in particular fellow Canadian Russell Martin, felt the excitement.Russell Martin on walkoff: “I’m surprised the roof is still on the stadium, to be honest. That was incredible. He knocked the cover off that ball. Just a special moment for the kid, for us at the same time, what a great way to finish spring training and head into the season.”— Shi Davidi (@ShiDavidi) March 28, 2018And, yes, we have one proud papi . . .#priceless pic.twitter.com/dh3RUpcTjg— Vladimir Guerrero (@VladGuerrero27) March 28, 2018. . . who passed down a pretty effective swing to his son:Please enjoy this side-by-side magic of Vlad Guerrero Jr. and @VladGuerrero27 hitting #walkoff homers at Olympic Stadium: https://t.co/WChGyV8YqP pic.twitter.com/Uah1Ywyt1s— Cut4 (@Cut4) March 28, 2018On Monday, Guerrero received two standing ovations from the fans at Olympic Stadium, when he went out to third base and when he came up to hit.One night later, the fans were standing for him again after he hit a game-winning dinger.Young Vlad may be hitting dingers in the Show before long. He, along with fellow legacy Bo Bichette, is a rising star in the Blue Jays' farm system.

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