UPDATE: Alex Guerrero signs with Chunichi Dragons

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New Dragons acquisition, Alex Guerrero, from Nikkan sports.

UPDATE: Via link, a deal has been made, the contract details for infielder/outfielder Alex Guerrero was said to be on a one-year deal worth an estimated 150 million Yen (1.3 million USD in annual salary) along with additional incentives.

The Chunichi Dragons team like what they saw in Guerrero’s abilities, other than capable of playing a number of different positions in the infield, and of course in the outfield as well… the organization also see him as a potential 20-30 homerun type player in the league.


Cuban born Free Agent infielder/outfielder, Alex Guerrero, 30, will be playing his next season in NPB (Nippon Professional Baseball) with the Chunichi Dragons, of the Central league, an announcement was made just today. Via link, an official announcement showing Guerrero’s contract details will soon be known shortly in a few days.

Alex Guerrero played for 2 seasons there at the Major league level, all of those are with the Los Angeles Dodgers (2014-2015). He currently owns a batting line of .224/.251/.414 with 11 homeruns and 36 RBI in 117 games played (243 PA, along with 232 AB) in his big league career.

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One thought on “UPDATE: Alex Guerrero signs with Chunichi Dragons

  1. So now let’s familiarize ourselves with the Chunichi Dragons, who play in the Central League and are based in Nagoya. The Dragons have a history of winning divisional pennants year after year and then flaming out in the playorfs, which, I suppose, makes them either the Atlanta Barves or maybe (from a more recent perspective) the Gnats of Japanese baseball. Their last championship was ten years ago, when they tupped the Yomiuri Giants.

    Here’s their stadium, the Nagoya dome:

    And here’s their logo. Given all the dragons a Japanese team could pick for a mascot, boy, this Pokemon manque is pretty wimpy if you ask me:

    I would have preferred this one. I think they’d be taken a lot more seriously with this guy on their hats:

    PS: this is the team for which Tom Selleck played in Mr. Beisboru.

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