Sizemore, Scherzer demoted in shake-up
Never mind that Guillen hasn't played second base in the major leagues since 1999 or that he hasn't exactly been the healthiest guy around, missing much of this season after playing in only 81 games last year and 113 games in 2008. Guillen still can hit, so assuming he's out there enough to do so, he can help a fantasy team, even in a 10-team league. Guillen is owned in 3.3 percent of ESPN.com standard (10-team) mixed leagues after being avoided in most drafts. In AL-only leagues, he matters more; obviously, it's attractive when an outfield-eligible player who still can hit theoretically earns eligibility at a scarce second-base position a few weeks after coming off the disabled list.
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