Matt Guerrier

#54RP,
Height: 6' 3"
Weight: 195
Bat: R
Throw: R
Born:
College: Kent State
Birth Place: Cleveland, Ohio
Draft: 1999 10th round by the
  • Fox News

    Twins closing in on playoff berth

    MINNEAPOLIS -- The Minnesota Twins could only watch and wince when their All-Star closer and newly acquired veteran starting pitcher were both traded in the last two days before the non-waiver deadline. Three weeks later, their best player was sidelined by an injury he still hasn't returned from. "But here we are with a week to go, and we have a chance to extend our season," manager Paul Molitor said. More Twins coverage Twins closing in on playoff berth Twins Final Pitch: Breaking down the playoff picture Twins complete sweep of Tigers with 10-4 win WATCH: Twins pound Tigers for 10 runs in series finale Photos of the Week 9/17/17 -- 9/23/17 They have more than just a chance. After finishing

  • No. 1 pick in MLB draft? Here's what to watch for in Tigers' final week
    Detroit Free Press

    No. 1 pick in MLB draft? Here's what to watch for in Tigers' final week

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. – The final week of the regular season is here for the Detroit Tigers. During a long and drawn-out September, as blowout losses and injuries piled up, the season can’t end soon enough. But before it does, the team still has six road games left — against the Royals and Twins. Here are a few things to watch during the final games: • Ian Kinsler’s 2018 contract option will vest. With two more plate appearances, the veteran second baseman will reach 600 for the season, which would exercise next season’s option for $11 million, according to a person with knowledge of the situation who requested anonymity because they were not authorized to speak on contract language publicly. The

  • Mike Trout Monday: The dream of a Trout postseason is nearly dead
    For The Win

    Mike Trout Monday: The dream of a Trout postseason is nearly dead

    This site failed to update on Mike Trout Monday for only the second time of the season last week while this author was busy doing more important things. In the two weeks since the last Mike Trout Monday dispatch, the best player in baseball has suffered from some bad luck and atypically poor results and his Angels have lost eight of their last 12 games to fall to 4 1/2 back of the Minnesota Twins for the AL’s second wild-card spot entering play Monday. That stinks. The Angels always seemed a longshot to crack the postseason, given their dearth of viable starting pitching and the holes all over their lineup. But the late-season additions of Justin Upton and Brandon Phillips, combined with the