But Jose Bautista, for one, sounded thrilled with the move.
He pointed out the Guerrero would fit in nicely in a clubhouse that has a lot of Latin players and a good mix of veterans and youth.
"He's not very outspoken at all, but I think with the big Latin crew that we have here, I think he's going to really have fun, really enjoy himself," Bautista said. "He's going to come to work happy every day. And when you have a guy like that with a defined role ... I think he's going to be a very productive player."
"Having a lot of Latin players around him is going to make him a happy man. And happy players usually produce well," Bautista added.