Cuban infielder Alexander Guerrero has switched agents, leaving Rudy Santin for Scott Boras, and is no longer close to signing that widely reported 7-year contract with the Dodgers.
Guerrero remains a free agent, able to sign with all 30 teams. The Dodgers have been the frontrunners to sign the 26-year-old, but no one in the organization has commented on Guerrero since he reportedly defected from Cuba.
As we wrote last week, things have changed since it was first reported in July that Guerrero and the Dodgers had a contract in place. Maybe things have changed enough that Guerrero will now land outside Los Angeles.