Blue Jays’ Vlad Guerrero Jr. launches first big-league homers in San Fran

Blue Jays’ Vlad Guerrero Jr. launches first big-league homers in San Fran

Blue Jays’ Vlad Guerrero Jr. launches first big-league homers in San Fran

After a quiet first 13 Major League Baseball games that saw the Toronto Blue Jays' rookie third baseman hit.191/.283/.234 with zero home runs and one RBI, Guerrero exploded with a multi-homer game against the San Francisco Giants on Tuesday.

SAN FRANCISCO-Vladimir Guerrero Jr. hit his first major league home run on Tuesday night - then added a second five innings later. His drive to straightaway center against Giants opener Nick Vincent was measured at 111.3 miles per hour and traveled an estimated 438 feet.

In addition to the Blue Jays and A's, Jackson has played for the Los Angeles Dodgers, Tampa Bay, Detroit, Arizona, the Chicago White Sox, St. Louis, Washington, the Chicago Cubs, Atlanta, Miami, San Diego and Baltimore.

At 20 years and 59 days old, Guerrero is the youngest player in Blue Jays history to homer.

The only active players who registered a multi-homer game at a younger age than Guerrero are Juan Soto, Bryce Harper, Mike Trout, and Machado, according to ESPN Stats & Info.

Guerrero, one of baseball's most exciting prospects in a generation, is expected to hit hundreds of more home runs during his MLB career. The family already had long-ball history at Oracle Park - the elder Guerrero won the 2007 home run derby at the waterfront stadium.