Guerrero was released by the Dodgers on Wednesday, Eric Stephen of True Blue LA reports. Guerrero had been designated for assignment on May 31 and will now seek employment with a new team. The Cuban hit just .031 through eight games at the Double-A level and .125 through two games at the Triple-A level this season.
Guerrero (knee) was designated for assignment by the Dodgers on Tuesday. The Dodgers had to make a decision with Guerrero's rehab clock expiring, and instead of reinstating him to the active roster, they decided to effectively cut ties. Under the terms of his contract, Guerrero cannot be sent to the minors without his consent. Los Angeles will likely have to eat close to $9 million if it cannot find a trade partner within the next 10 days.
Guerrero (knee) is expected to be designated for assignment by the Dodgers on Tuesday, J.P. Hoornstra of the Southern California News Group reports. The Dodgers are not expected to make an official announcement until later Tuesday night, but there simply does not appear to be room for Guerrero on the active roster. Guerrero did next to nothing while on a minor league rehab assignment, going a combined 9-for-66 (.136 average) with two extra-base hits (both with the High-A affiliate). He will probably look to land a minor league deal elsewhere.
Guerrero (knee) will take his rehab assignment to Triple-A Oklahoma City after going 1-for-30 for Double-A Tulsa. The clock is ticking on Guerrero, who cannot be kept in the minors past Monday without his consent per his contract. The Dodgers may just choose to eat the money due Guerrero (a bit over $8 million) and release him given his performance.
Guerrero (knee) is 0-for-20 since joining Double-A Tulsa on his rehab assignment. The Dodgers have another week to decide what to do with Guerrero, who can't be kept in the minors beyond that without his consent. It seems likely they will ask him to stay in the minors, but there's a real chance Guerrero could find himself in another organization soon.