​You'd expect having a father in the Hall of Fame might create some unrealistic expectations for a young baseball player. 

But for ​Vladimir Guerrero Jr., it seems like his feet are already big enough to fit the shoes his father left for him to fill in 2011.


Bad Vlad Jr. went 4-for-5 with a pair of runs in his Spring Training debut against the Orioles, giving Blue Jays fans a taste of what's to come in the next few years.

​Guerrero Jr. has absolutely lit up the minors since being signed by the Jays in 2016, putting up a line of .305/.402/.473 over three minor league levels.

While there has been much talk regarding the future of former MVP Josh Donaldson's future as a Jay, him staying put for one more season could be the perfect bridge to bring in another MVP-caliber player in Guerrero Jr.

Even though this kid is only 18-years old, it's hard not to imagine him taking the league by storm like his father did for the better part of a decade.