Dodgers Officially Sign Alex Guerrero
Source: Aaron Gleeman, NBC Sports
Now theyll try for a third time, as Jesse Sanchez of MLB.com reports that Guerrero and the Dodgers have agreed to a four-year, $28 million deal worth up to $32 million in potential value.
Guerrero was considered one of the best all-around players in Cuba and, much like they did with Yasiel Puig, the Dodgers are making good use of their huge revenue and payroll advantage by spending in one of the few places where spending on international players isnt capped by MLB.
This is probably bad news for Robinson Cano, as it takes the Dodgers out of the market (or even the hypothetical market) for a stud second baseman, although Magic Johnson made it pretty clear last month that Cano wasnt likely to wind up in Los Angeles anyway.