The Los Angeles Dodgers reached agreement with 26-year-old Cuban infielder Alexander Guerrero on a four-year, $28 million deal, MLB.com reported Monday. The deal could be worth up to $32 million if bonus incentives are reached. Guerrero played shortstop primarily in Cuba, but most major-league teams see him as a second baseman. He could take over for Mark Ellis at second base next season. The Dodgers had success with another Cuban player, Yasiel Puig, this season. Last week, Cuban first baseman Jose Abreu signed a six-year, $68 million deal with the Chicago White Sox.
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