Guerrero garnered attention worldwide after a neighbor complained to City Hall about his lemonade stand. According to a Tampa Bay Times
report on Aug. 23, the neighbor called Guerrero's stand an "illegal business" that causes noise and traffic, among other disturbances.
The D-Jays encouraged Guerrero to feature his $1 cups of lemonade at Game 2 of the playoffs, which kicks off at 6:30 p.m. at the Florida Auto Exchange Stadium, because they admire Guerrero's work ethic, according to a press release from the minor league team.
A participant in the D-Jays' baseball camp, the young entrepreneur, who isn't related to infielder and outfielder Emilio Guerrero, will throw the game's first pitch, too.
The press release said Shelby Nelson, D-Jays director and general manager, will be the first in line for a taste of Guerrero's offerings.
The lemonade stand's proceeds will benefit the Children's Organ Transplant Association, and the first 250 fans at the D-Jays game with tickets will receive an exclusive playoff T-shirt. Every guest at the game will also take home a free movie ticket to Clearwater's Cobb Theatres if the team wins.
The region's headline-grabbing lemonade stand, run by 12-year-old Dunedin resident T.J. Guerrero, was invited by the Dunedin Blue Jays to set up shop at the baseball team's Florida State League playoff game Wednesday night.