Twins one of final teams in on Cuban prospect Alexander Guerrero
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The Twins have interest in Cuban shortstop Alexander Guerrero, and according to KSTP and 1500ESPN contributor Darren Wolfson, the Twins are one of four teams that remain in the mix.
"We like him," Mike Radcliff told Wolfson three weeks ago. "We have guys watching him. We're still looking at him."
Other teams in on the mix, per a source close to the negotiations, are the Red Sox, Dodgers, and Braves. The Reds have also checked in, according to Wolfson, but are less likely to sign the Cuban prospect than the other four aforementioned teams.
Guerrero, 26, has already defected from Cuba and is in the United States. He is waiting for the U.S. government to unblock him so he can pursue a professional contract.