Vladimir Guerrero Jr. continues to feast on minor-league pitching.
The highest prospect in baseball hit a house run for the fourth consecutive game for the Buffalo Bisons — the Toronto Blue Jays’ triple-A affiliate — Saturday in a 6-Three loss in opposition to the Toledo Mud Hens.
The 19-year-old Guerrero went 2-for-Four and is now batting .441 in 11 video games with Buffalo since being referred to as up from double-A New Hampshire.
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Guerrero can tie a Buffalo franchise file if he hits a house run for a fifth consecutive game Sunday. 4 earlier Bisons have completed the feat.
The Saturday shot was his first to the other area as Guerrero cleared the right-field fence in the fourth.
Earlier than the game, Guerrero posed for an image with the highest NHL prospect — Buffalo Sabres No. 1 general decide Rasmus Dahlin, who threw out the primary pitch.