They found the Dead Sea Scrolls in there. I know one thing, he's a lot more handsome today than he was yesterday. ... He feels he can drive pitches he's missing. It's definitely not a bat-speed issue. Hopefully he can ride this storm out and swing the bat like he did in the second half last year.
Guerrero has batted at least .300 with 25 or more homers in 11 straight seasons, joining Lou Gehrig as the only players in baseball history to accomplish that feat, but the streak will be coming to an end this year.
Because of a pectoral injury he's missed half of the Angels' games and been limited primarily to designated hitter duties when he does play, hitting just .273/.297/.341 with one homer in 138 plate appearances.