Vladimir Guerrero Jr. and the Blue Jays rally against the White Sox bullpen in a 5-2 victory

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Vladimir Guerrero Jr. and the Blue Jays rally against the White Sox bullpen in a 5-2 victory
Vladimir Guerrero Jr. and the Blue Jays rally against the White Sox bullpen in a 5-2 victory

White Sox catcher Welington Castillo thought reliever Kelvin Herrera made a good pitch. Vladimir Guerrero Jr. just came away with the better result. Baseball's top prospect hit a go-ahead two-run homer in the eighth and the Blue Jays beat the Sox 5-2 Sunday in front of 18,605 fans at Guaranteed Rate Field. Guerrero broke a 1-1 tie with the homer to left. It came on an 0-1 inside fastball. “I'm OK when my guy makes the pitch and the hitter gets him,” Castillo said. It was the rookie's fourth homer of the season — all coming in the last week — and second in the series. “I don't try to hit homers,” Guerrero said through an interpreter. “I just try to put good contact on the ball, and we'll see what

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