Vladimir Guerrero Jr's contract, stats, wife, age, salary, Instagram, net worth

Vladimir Guerrero Jr's contract, stats, wife, age, salary, Instagram, net worth

Samuel Lisubila
September 20, 2022 at 9:07 PM

He is a Canadian-Dominican professional baseman first baseman and designated hitter for the Toronto Blue Jays of Major League Baseball (MLB). The Son of the MLB Hall of Famer is often compared to his father, Vladimir Guerrero Sr. and now continues to fly the family flag higher. His worth is mainly reflected on the ball field with the recently signed million-dollar contract with the Blue Jays.

Vladimir Guerrero Jr's contract?
Vladimir Guerrero Jr. of the Toronto Blue Jays runs to the dugout against the Kansas City Royals at the Rogers Centre on 14 July 2022 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Photo: Mark Blinch
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Hitting his 100th homerun at only 23 years old, the player proves his worth every time he steps on the ball field. He credits his baseball success to his uncle and former MLB player Wilton Guerrero, with whom he has been practising baseball since he was five.

Profile Summary

Full name

Vladimir Guerrero Ramos Jr





Date of birth

16 March 1999


23 as of 2022

Place of birth

Montreal, Quebec, Canada


Professional baseball player


Major League Baseball (MLB)

Current team

Toronto Blue Jays





Jersey no


Current residence

Anaheim, California

Years active

2019 - 2022 (present)





Height in feet

6 feet 2 inches

Height in centimetres


Weight in kilograms


Weight in pounds


Eye colour


Hair colour



Vladimir Alvino Guerrero Sr. (father) and Riquelma Ramos (mother)


Vladi Miguel and Pablo Guerrero

Marital status



Vlymil, Vlyshil and Pedro

Net worth

$5 million


Twitter, Instagram

Vladimir Guerrero Jr's age

EL K was born on 16 March 1999 and is 23 years of age as of 2022. He is a 6 feet 2 inches able-bodied giant with extraordinary stats and abilities.

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Player's biography

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Vladimir Guerrero Jr. of the Toronto Blue Jays looks on from the dugout against the Kansas City Royals at the Rogers Centre on 14 July 2022 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Photo: Mark Blinch
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EL K is the son of the baseball Hall of Famer Vladimir Guerrero Sr. and Riquelma Ramos and nephew of former MLB player Wilton Guerrero. His parents divorced while he was still very young, and they had to co-parent the youngster.

Guerrero would then split the time between Santiago with his mother, Don Gregorio with his uncle Wilton, and the summer in the United States with his father. He used to practice with his uncle Wilton, saying, "I think everything I've learnt in baseball has been from him. I've been practising with him since I was five. He is the one who taught me to practice well."

The player's professional career began in 2015 when he was a free agent and signed a $3.9 million contract with Toronto at 16. At this time, Baseball America ranked him as the top international agent, while MLB.com ranked him the fourth-best.

He made his professional debut with the Rookie Advanced Bluefield Blue Jays on 23 June. Vladimir went on to play amazingly well that in the four years in the Minor League, he rose to the Triple-A Buffalo Bisons.

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Vladimir Guerrero Jr. of the Toronto Blue Jays greets Jackie Bradley Jr. on a catch in centre field against the Tampa Bay Rays at Rogers Center on 12 September 2022 in Toronto. Photo: Cole Burston
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The star was considered the top prospect in professional baseball and was called to play for the Toronto Blue Jays. In the first season, he batted .272/.339/.433 with 15 home runs and 69 RBI in 464 at-bats. He also hit the ball with the highest exit velocity (118.9 mph) of all balls hit by major league batters in 2019.

During the 2020 season, which was shortened by the COVID-19 pandemic, Guerrero was shifted primarily to playing first base but would still play at third base and designated hitter when necessary.

The 2021 campaign began with a lesser-weight Guerrero, who had lost 42 pounds in a weight loss regimen that started in July 2020. Beginning the season as a primary first baseman and a routine designated hitter, he felt quicker, stronger and more resilient.

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Vladimir Guerrero Jr., of the Toronto Blue Jays, celebrates with the MVP trophy after the MLB All-Star baseball game on 13 July 2021 at Coors Field in Denver, Colorado. Photo: Kyodo News
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The season was pretty good, and he was named to the All-star as the first baseman. He was honoured as the game's MVP and was the first Blue Jays player to win, the first Canadian citizen to win and the youngest All-star MVP at 22, 119 days old. He also won the American League Hank Aaron award and the Tip O'Neill award but finished second in the American League MVP voting in the same season.

Guerrero has been loyal to the Toronto Blue Jays to 2022 and has signed a $7.9 million contract with the team. On 14 September, he hit his 100th career home run, becoming the youngest Blue Jay to do this and the 7th youngest player in MLB to hit 100 home runs and 100 doubles.

Vladimir Guerrero Jr's net worth

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Vladimir Guerrero Jr. of the Toronto Blue Jays looks on during the All-Star Red Carpet Show at L.A. Live on Tuesday, 19 July 2022, in Los Angeles, California. Photo: Mary DeCicco
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As of 2022, the baseball magician has an estimated net worth of $5 million. This comes primarily from his monthly average salary of $658k.

Vladimir Guerrero Jr's stats

During the 2022 season, here are his statistics through 15 September 2022:

  • Batting average - .285
  • Home runs - 100
  • Runs batted in - 297

Below are his awards and honours throughout his career:

  • 2X All-star (2021, 2022)
  • All MLB First Team (2021)
  • AL Hank Aaron Award (2021)
  • Silver Slugger Award (2021)
  • MLB Home run leader (2021)

Vladimir Guerrero Jr's contract

On 22 March 22, Vladimir agreed to a one-year $7.9 million deal with the Toronto Blue Jays. By doing this, he avoided arbitration and remained under club control until 2025.

Vladimir Guerrero Jr's wife

The young Blue Jay is not married nor has an affair with anyone. Instead, he seems to be focused on his career and personal growth. However, he has been in a relationship with which he has had three children: his son Pedro and two daughters, Vlymil and Vlyshil Guerrero.

Vladimir Guerrero Jr's weight loss

In 2020, Vladimir shifted from third base to first base, which required less speed. This move made him lose 22 pounds in a month, something experts suggest could be harmful to him.

Does EL K speak English?

Vladdy does speak English with his teammates and team staff but gives interviews in Spanish with the help of the team interpreter.

What does Guerrero write in the dirt?

Since his minor league career, before each at-bat, Guerrero jr holds the bat by the barrel and by the handle of the bat, reaches down and writes 'Dios' (which means God) into the dirt of the home place circle.

Is Vladimir Jr a Hall of Famer?

In December 2021, the Blue Jays slugger was inducted into the Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame. During the same year, he and his father, Vladimir Sr, became the second father-son duo in MLB history to each have a 40-Home run season in their careers, joining Cecil and Prince Fielder.

Vladimir Jr is often compared to his dad. However, he makes it clear to the public that he never compares himself to anybody and tries to bring out the best of himself. Vladimir Jr's contract clearly reflects his worth on and off the ball field and remains a sensation, especially to the younger generation.

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