Vladimir Guerrero, Jr. appears interested in participating in this year's Home Run Derby.

Guerrero said on Tuesday that he hasn't made a final decision, but that he's leaning toward saying yes if the league asks him to partake.

In 2019, Guerrero set records for the most home runs in a single round (29) and in a single Derby (91), but he lost in the finals to Pete Alonso.

He entered Tuesday hitting .346/.451/.697 (211 OPS+) with 22 home runs.