According to Nick Cafardo of the Boston Globe, the Red Sox have placed a waiver claim on Nationals shortstop Christian Guzman. Guzman is hitting .315 with a .333 OBP and .770 OPS. The report said that it was unclear whether the Red Sox had been awarded the claim (which would require nearly every other team in the majors to have passed on him). If, however, the Sox are awarded the claim, they could either agree on a trade with the Nats to acquire the shortstop; the Nats could simply allow the Sox to claim Guzman and the remainder of a two-year, $16 million deal that runs through 2010; or, if a deal cannot be worked out, the Nationals could pull Guzman off of waivers and keep him.
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