Big time prospects from all over the globe are going to get a lot of attention from teams looking to rebuild as the Winter Meetings are just around the corner.
One of the many top foreign players who happen to be drawing interest from multiple teams happens to be 26 year old second baseman Alexander Guerrero.
Now back in July, fellow FanSided writer Bryan Rose reported a story about the Los Angeles Dodgers supposedly signing the Cuban infielder but nothing was official just yet. The deal was to be around five years worth $32 million but that deal was off the table because of his representatives weren’t certified agents.
Now just a couple months later, the Los Angeles Dodgers have thrown their name back into the mix of others that are interested in signing him.
According to CBS Sports’ Jon Heyman, the others involve the Boston Red Sox, Texas Rangers, San Francisco Giants and I wouldn’t count out the New York Yankees just yet. I mean, the Yankees go after almost every top foreign born prospect out there, so why not, right?
Guerrero is also looking for a four year contract so he could become a free agent again when he’s 30 years old.