VIDEO: Vladimir Guerrero Jr. broke the bat with his leg after striking out against the Yankees

Vladimir Guerrero Jr.’s competitive spirit is unbreakable. This was demonstrated this Wednesday in the game between his Toronto Blue Jays and the New York Yankees, breaking the bat with his leg when he struck out against Jameson Taillon in the top of the fifth inning.

The star of the Canadians swung a cutter from the Bronx Mulos starter and to release his anger he broke the bat on his leg after hitting it hard with the ground near home plate. In the end, he went 1-for-4 in the Blue Jays’ 5-3 setback.

The Dominican slugger entered the game with 24 strikeouts in 108 at-bats, in addition to displaying 7 home runs, 4 doubles and 19 RBIs. In 2021 he struck out 110 times.

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‘Vladdy’ has yet to negotiate a contract extension according to the MLB market, however, he is leaving the negotiations to his agent. «All I know is hit fastballs and curveballs. Everything else I leave to my agent,» Guerrero said recently.

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Guerrero, who will earn $8 million this season before going into his second year of salary arbitration, led in OPS (1,002), slugging (.601), OBP (.401), home runs (48) and runs scored (123). ) of the American League in 2021.