Dodgers release Alex Guerrero, owe him more than $8 million

LOS ANGELES (AP) Alex Guerrero has been released by the Los Angeles Dodgers, who owe the Cuban defector nearly $8.2 million from his $28 million, four-year contract. Los Angeles announced the move Wednesday. He had been designated for assignment on May 31. Now 29, Guerrero signed with the Dodgers in October 2013. He hit .224 with 11 homers and 36 RBIs while appearing in only...
Via Associated Press
22 days ago  |  Discuss

FanGraphs Audio: Dave Cameron Scouts the Neighbors

Episode 657 Dave Cameron is the managing editor of FanGraphs. During this edition of FanGraphs Audio he chronicles the stateside career of the recently DFA’d Alex Guerrero, explores the differences (or lack thereof) between the 2015 and -16 Boston Red Sox, and — as part of the Practical Analytics series — identifies the five tools for assessing one’s neighbors. This episode...
Via Fangraphs
29 days ago  |  Discuss

Dodgers' dilemma with Alex Guerrero doesn't include many appealing options

CHICAGO – Alex Guerrero did not appear in a minor league rehabilitation game Monday. He collected a day’s worth of pay and a day’s worth of major-league service time. The same might not be true Tuesday, when the Dodgers must decide what to do...
Via The OC Register
May 30, 2016  |  Discuss

Report: Patriots trainers irked by Brady's personal trainer

The New England Patriots have a unique relationship with Tom Brady’s “body coach” Alex Guerrero, and that reportedly doesn’t sit well with the team’s training staff. Guerrero landed in the spotlight for the wrong reasons in October when a Boston Magazine profile revealed the laundry list of legal issues the trainer has dealt with over claiming he was a medical doctor...
December 20, 2015  |  Discuss

Coca-Cola, Kellogg’s fire back at Brady over critical remarks

Tom Brady singled out a few of the biggest brands in the food and beverage industry in some critical comments made during a recent radio interview and his claims did not go unchallenged by those companies he targeted. Both Coca-Cola and Kellogg’s issued statements defending their products after the New England Patriots quarterback denounced the products as “poison” and one...
Via Sportress of Blogitude
October 14, 2015  |  Discuss

Brady on his trainer: I wouldn’t be playing today if not for him

There’s a lot we don’t fully know about Tom Brady, despite the fact he’s one of the biggest celebrities in the world. The New England Patriots quarterback is celebrated for what he’s been able to do on the field for 15 years now, and he looks to be getting better with age. Fresh off another fine performance Sunday against the Dallas Cowboys, Brady joined WEEI’s “The...
October 12, 2015  |  Discuss

The New Alex Guerrero Problem

Back at the beginning of Spring Training, I wrote a piece here called Trying to Solve the Alex Guerrero Problem. In that piece, I noted that the Dodgers were in a bit of a difficult position with Guerrero, as they didn’t really have a spot for him on their Major League roster, and his contract […]
Via Fangraphs
April 27, 2015  |  Discuss

Tom Brady: LeBron could play forever if he trained like me

Despite his excellence on the field over the last decade and a half, one wouldn’t exactly call Tom Brady the most athletic quarterback. But with the help of his trainer, Alex Guerrero, the New England Patriots quarterback has been able to extend his career after suffering a devastating ACL injury in 2008 through a hard training regimen that has made him faster and a diet that...
December 12, 2014  |  Discuss

Dodgers prospect Alex Guerrero lost part of ear after bite from teammate Miguel Olivo

Dodgers prospect Alex Guerrero has been on fire lately with the bat, but it sounds like that’s not the only thing that’s been on fire for him. According to FOX MLB reporter Jon Paul Morosi, Guerrero’s agent Scott Boras said Guerrero needed plastic surgery on his ear after having part of it “displaced” from a […]
Via Larry Brown Sports
May 20, 2014  |  Discuss

Dodgers' Alex Guerrero adjusting on and off the diamond

GLENDALE, Ariz. -- Alex Guerrero isn't just learning a new position. He's learning a new culture. Both will take time, especially for someone making a transition that requires patience and repetition. But Guerrero, the Dodgers' presumed second baseman, is clearly in a rush. He hasn't been in the U.S. for more than two months, yet he's already pronouncing himself ready to make a position...
Via Fox Sports West
February 18, 2014  |  Discuss

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