ANAHEIM, CA - JUNE 29: Vladimir Guerrero #27 of the Texas Rangers reacts in his ninth inning at bat trailing by one run against the Los Angeles Angels at Angel Stadium on June 29, 2010 in Anaheim, California. This is Guerrero's first return to Angel Stadium as a Texas Ranger. (Photo by Harry How/Getty Images)
The 37-year-old Guerrero allegedly left the team following last night's game, reportedly telling management that he was not getting the opportunity he expected in terms of making a big league roster.
Biding his time as a free agent through the first month of the season, Guerrero was picked up by the Blue Jays on a minor league contract in early May and sent to Class-A Dunedin. The 2004 MVP was batting .313/.320/.625 in 11 games this season, though only has six hits in seven games since his promotion to Triple-A Las Vegas last week.
A nine-time All-Star and eight-time Silver Slugger, Guerrero has had a stellar career -- hitting .318/.379/.553 over 16 seasons -- and has a solid case for the Hall of Fame.