Alex Guerrero has made up his mind. The Dodgers have five weeks to make up theirs.
The team's upcoming decision on what to do with Guerrero will be complicated by a provision in his contract that forbids the team from sending him to the minor leagues without his consent.
If the Cuban infielder isn't on the opening-day roster, the Dodgers will have to trade or release him with three years remaining on his guaranteed four-year, $28-million contract.
"The decision is theirs," Guerrero said in Spanish.
Guerrero, 28, said if the Dodgers ask him to waive the provision and spend more time in the minor leagues, he will refuse.
For his part, Guerrero is...