Look for Vladimir Guerrero Memorabilia:Barnes & Noble | Amazon.com | eBay.com
Vladimir Guerrero from the Chronology
Aug 5, 2006 - The Rangers finally figure out how to hold Vladimir Guerrero hitless: walk him. He goes 0-for-1 but scores 3 runs on 4 walks as Anaheim wins, 10-3. This snaps Guererro’s 44-game hitting streak against Texas extending over the past three seasons he’s faced them. He hit in all 18 games in each of the past two seasons, and the first eight of this year.
Apr 12, 2006 - The Rangers pound the Angels, 11-3. Vladimir Guerrero singles in the 4th inning, and has now hit safely in all 39 career games against Texas. It is the longest streak by any player against one team since divisional play began in 1969.
May 1, 2005 - The Angels edge the Twins 2-1 with HRs by Vladimir Guerrero and Jose Molina accounting for their only 2 hits. The loss goes to Johan Santana ending Santana's 17-game winning streak (over 2 seasons).
Oct 8, 2004 - The Red Sox complete a 3-game sweep over the Angels in their Division Series on David Ortiz's 2-run walkoff HR in the bottom of the 10th inning. Vladimir Guerrero brings Anaheim back from a 6-1 deficit with a grand slam in the 7th inning but Ortiz's 4th hit of the game wins it for Boston.
Jun 28, 2004 - The Brewers shut out the Angels 1-0 in 17 innings on Scott Posednik's 2-out double. Ben Sheets retires the first 20 batters he faces before losing his perfect game in the 7th inning on Vladimir Guerrero's single. It is the only hit Sheets surrenders in 9 innings of work. The Brewers tie a ML record by striking out 26 times in the contest. Geoff Jenkins fans 6 times also tying a record.
Jun 8, 2004 - The Brewers shut out the Angels 1-0 in 17 innings on Scott Posednik's 2-out double. Ben Sheets retires the first 20 batters he faces before losing his perfect game in the 7th inning on Vladimir Guerrero's single. It is the only hit Sheets surrenders in 9 innings of work. The Brewers tie a ML record by striking out 26 times in the contest. Geoff Jenkins fans 6 times also tying a record.
Jun 2, 2004 - Vladimir Guerrero strokes 2 HRs and drives in a team-record 9 runs in the Angels' 10-7 win over the Red Sox. Five of the RBI come off Pedro Martinez who takes the loss for Boston but does record the 2500th strikeout of his ML career in the process. He is the 26th pitcher to reach the mark. David Eckstein gets 5 hits and scores 4 runs for the Angels as their top 3 hitters (Guerrero 4-for-4 Phillips 3-for-4) go 12-for-13.
Jul 17, 2001 - Expos coach Ozzie Guillan is thrown out before 1st pitch is thrown out continuing an argument from last nite with ump Greg Gibson. The Expos then pound Boston's Tim Wakefield to beat the visiting Red Sox 117. Five homers are hit in the game including a 457-foot shot by Vladimir Guerrero.
Apr 3, 2000 - The Dodgers defeat the Expos‚ 10-4‚ behind a grand slam by first baseman Eric Karros. OF Vladimir Guerrero hits a pair of homers for Montreal as a new major league record for opening day is set with 5 players having multiple HR games.
Aug 27, 1999 - The Reds defeat the Expos 4-1. In the process Cincinnati P Ron Villone stops OF Vladimir Guerrero's 31-game hitting streak the longest in the majors in 12 years. Guerrero grounds to short is intentionally walked and fouls out in his 3 at bats.
Sep 16, 1998 - Montreal scores 2 runs in the bottom of the 9th inning to defeat Florida 3-2. Rookie P Kirt Ojala who went the distance for the Marlins ties a major league record by striking out 4 Expos in the 4th inning. Ojala fans Fernando Seguignol Vladimir Guerrero Shane Andrews and Brad Fullmer to become the 12th hurler in major league history to fan 4 batters consecutively. Guerrero reached base on a 3rd-strike passed ball.
Sep 11, 1997 - John Olerud cycles going 4-for-5 with 5 ribbies to lead the Mets to a 9-5 win over the Expos. Olerud hits a bases loaded stand-up triple in the 8th his first triple in 3 years to complete the cycle. The drive bounces off the wall striking center fielder Vladimir Guerrero.
Jun 30, 1997 - In the first regular-season game between Canada's ML teams the Expos emerge a 2-1 winner over the Blue Jays. Pedro Martinez allows three hits including a solo HR by Carlos Delgado and strikes out 10 while Vladimir Guerrero hits a home run in his first interleague at-bat.