With the Twins, Guerrier led the American League in appearances in 2008 and 2009 and went 5-7 with a 3.17 ERA in 74 games in 2010.
A 32-year old right-hander, Guerrier was a Type A free agent, but the Twins didn't offer him arbitration, so any team that signs him will not give up a draft pick. Guerrier made $3.15 million last season, avoiding arbitration.
In 71 innings, Guerrier struck out 42 and walked 22, while allowing 56 hits and 28 runs (25 earned). Opponents hit .219/.285/.340 against Guerrier, right-handers hit .210/.264/.347 against him, while lefties were more successful, hitting .236/.324/.326 against him, but only one of the seven homers hit off him came from a left-handed batter.
Guerrier is represented by Joe Bick, who is also the agent for Boston's Kevin Youkilis.
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