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If you haven't come across it yet, the agency representing Vladimir Guerrero created a two-minute highlight reel of the 38-year-old tearing it up in the Dominican Republic (password: csm1).
Several prominent right-handed sluggers have departed for the World Baseball Classic, so it's possible that some teams will meet with him for private workouts in the interim. He is a long way from receiving any contract offers but can at least get his foot in the door.
Perhaps the Tampa Bay Rays would use him as part of a designated hitter platoon? Or the Milwaukee Brewers might try him out at first base? Guerrero also makes sense for the Miami Marlins. Already short on outfield depth, the Fish must survive part of March without Giancarlo Stanton (Team USA).
The 2004 AL MVP is deep into the journeyman phase of his career. He spent 2010 with the Texas Rangers and 2011 with the Baltimore Orioles. He agreed to a minor league deal with the Toronto Blue Jays last May, requesting an outright release just weeks later when they denied him a call-up.
During the video, Guerrero admits that he's eyeing 500 career home runs (currently 449). His razor-thin chances of reaching it would be even lower without the WBC.