Vladimir Guerrero Jr. hits first home runs in career in Blue Jays game against Giants

Vladimir Guerrero Jr. waited 13 games for his first MLB home run.

Then he wasted no time hitting his second.

The Toronto Blue Jays' hyped young star hit his first two home runs Tuesday night against the San Francisco Giants and they were both absolute bombs.

The first home run came in the game's very first inning when he stepped to the plate and sent Nick Vincent's pitch well over the wall in the straight-away center field.

We gotta believe this moon shot was the first of many moon shots to come and it sure did look like what his dad used to do: 

Vlad Jr's first homer was a BOMB. pic.twitter.com/UPIathDJjo

And then in the sixth inning he added another:

#VladJr AGAIN. pic.twitter.com/sqxyfH3Smb

His dad, who won the 2007 home run derby at the same park, loved it: 

Mi hijo este es el primero de muchos, orgulloso de ti negro. || This is the first of many, im proud of you boy. 💪🏾 https://t.co/8zzj9iOPIY

Vlad Jr. went 3-for-4 and drew a walk on the night as the Blue Jays beat the Giants 7-3. 


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