Cuban All-Star Alexander Guerrero and the Dodgers have signed a 4 year, $28 million dolar deal, according to MLB.com. Guerrero, 26, has played shortstop and second base in Cuba, but most officials view Guerrero as a second baseman. That's most likely where the Dodgers will utilitize him.
A previous deal between Guerrero and the Dodgers had been reported, although it "fell through" and was then open to signing with any team. The Dodgers top international scout, Bob Engle, views that Guerrero could be playing second base as early as next season.
Guerrero would have to beat out 36 year old Mark Ellis for the job a second base, who is definitely a declining part of the Dodger team. The last Dodger signing was Yasiel Puig, as they look to repeat their success on international free agents.