Vladimir Guerrero son, from the Toronto Blue Jays, received the Tip O’Neill Trophy on Tuesday as the Canadian baseball player of the year.
The honor, awarded by the Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame, is given to the Canadian player who has excelled at the individual level and made a significant contribution to his team while maintaining the highest ideals of baseball.
Guerrero, who was born in Montreal and is the son of former Expos star Vladimir Guerrero, came in first place in the Major Leagues with 48 homers last season, with 111 points and a stroke average of 311. His combined average attendance / power average was 1,002.
The first base man Joey testifies, by the Cincinnati Reds, the replacement Jordan romano, from the Toronto Blue Jays, the outfielder Tyler o’neill, by the Saint Louis Cardinals, and pitcher Cal Quantrill, from the Cleveland Guardians, also received votes.
The Tip O’Neill Trophy was established in honor of James (Tip) O’Neill, an Ontarian who was one of baseball’s first stars.