At the height of his career, Vladimir Guerrero was one of the most feared hitters in the game.
Now, nearing the end of his career, Guerrero is looking to land with a team to prove he has something left in the tank.
Just two seasons ago with Texas, Vlad hit 29 home runs, had 115 RBI and had a .300 batting average. Those numbers don't reflect a player on the downside of his career.
However, Guerrero's numbers dropped dramatically in the power category last season (.290/13/63) with Baltimore. A power hitter who can't hit for power anymore isn't very valuable.
But Guerrero can still contribute to an American League team willing to use him at DH.
Guerrero reportedly had his sights set on the Yankees, but New York decided to sign Raul Ibanez instead. Now, Vlad will have to hope he gets a phone call so he can get back in time for the start of the season.