Blue Jays' Vladimir Guerrero Jr.: Rehabbing in GCL
Guerrero has been out of action since early June after straining his patella tendon. He's expected to head to Triple-A Buffalo upon the completion of his rehab assignment, raising questions about a possible major-league callup before the end of the year. The 19-year-old phenom appears to be major-league ready after hitting an incredible .407/.457./667 in 53 games for Double-A New Hampshire, but with the Blue Jays sitting 15 games out of a playoff spot, the team may prefer to keep him down in order to earn an extra year of team control.
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