Guerra signed a minor-league contract with the Blue Jays and will be among 15 non-roster players invited to big-league spring training, John Lott of The Athletic reports.

There had been murmurs earlier this month that Guerra and the Blue Jays had agreed to a deal, but Toronto didn't acknowledge the signing until releasing its non-roster invitee list Saturday. The 33-year-old Guerra has 31 saves to his name in the majors, but he's mostly flitted between Triple-A and the big leagues for the better part of the past six years. Even if he earns a promotion to the 40-man roster at some point, Guerra likely wouldn't have much job security in the Toronto bullpen.

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