Some players flip their bat, some stare down the pitcher, and others just casually round the bases.None of those are in the cards for former Montreal Expo Vladimir Guerrero.
Well, at least not anymore.
During a softball game, Guerrero went yard (as you’d expect him to), and celebrated with one of the most bad-ass celebrations you’ll probably ever see. Rather than heading to first base, the 42-year-old stood at the plate, crossed his arms, and watched the ball sale. He even gave his hips a bit of a shake.
You could tell the ball was gone as soon as it his bat. Throughout his career, Vlad cranked 449 home runs, good enough for 40th of all time along with Jeff Bagwell. In 2007, he won the MLB’s home run derby.
It’s nice to see the guy’s still got it.
Guerrero enjoyed a tremendous career, and it appears his son, Vladimir Jr., might be following his footsteps. The 18-year-old, who was born in Montreal during his dad’s playing days, is already being regarded as one of the Toronto Blue Jay’s top prospects.
It'll be tough for Jr. to match his dad’s numbers, but maybe he can learn a thing or two from his incredible celebrations.