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Vladimir Guerrero is a former Major League Baseball star outfielder and slugger. Undrafted, he played for four different teams in the majors. He was signed as an amateur free agent by the Montreal Expos in 1993 and made his first appearance with the team on September 19, 1996. He hit his first of 449 home runs two days later in a loss against the Atlanta Braves. A fan-favourite in Montreal, he exceeded expectations in his rookie season, in 1997, with 25 home runs and 50 RBI in just 325 at-bats. In 2004, his first with the L.A. Angels, he set a club record with 124 runs and lead the team to its first division title since 1986, for which he was awarded the AL MVP Award. He retired in 2011 while a member of the Baltimore Orioles.
- Career batting average of .318
- 2590 hits, including 449 home runs (tied for 40th all-time)
- Made the MLB top 10 for home runs eight times
- 1496 runs batted in (57th all-time); nine top 10 seasons
- American League Most Valuable Player (2004)
- Winner of the Edgar Martinez Trophy for the best designated hitter in 2010
- Nine-time All-Star