Will Yoder
Wednesday March 28th, 2012

The Cleveland Indians have released infielder Cristian Guzman, according to a tweet from Indians beat writer Paul Hoynes.

[tweet https://twitter.com/hoynsie/status/185023178140172288 align='center']

The two-time All-Star selection took last season off and was attempting to make a comeback with the Indians this season. He last played with the Texas Rangers where he had seven hits, and one RBI in 15 games.

Guzman’s best season was in 2001 when he hit .302 with 51 RBIs, and 10 home runs. That season he lead the Majors in triples and was named an American League All-Star. Over the course of his career he hit .271 with 467 RBI’s and 62 home runs.

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