Darren McCollester/Getty Images
Currently, Vladimir Guerrero finds himself on the disabled list with a sore right hand.
However, the former American League MVP has shown he can still hit, as he's posted a .279 batting average this season to go along with seven home-runs and 31 RBI.
Guerrero is on a one-year, $8 million contract, making it relatively easy to deal the nine-time All-Star.
Contending teams would certainly show interest in acquiring the slugger, as he has playoff experience from both last year's pennant run with the Texas Rangers, and from his years with the Los Angeles Angels.
Adding Vladimir Guerrero to a contending team's lineup can prove to be invaluable, as his mere presence in the order will have a trickling effect, enabling his teammates to see better pitches.