I mentioned this in another thread, almost off handedly but giving it a little more thought, I think it would be a good idea.
As long as they're going to continue to play Guzman(WHY!!!!), put him at #9 in the batting order, behind the pitcher. Because the pitcher is so frequently an out (just like Guzman), we'd still likely get an out at #8. What we wouldn't get is the likely double play that Guzman will hit into because pitchers frequently strike out, without making contact.
Because the pitcher is so frequently an out, many of those outs with the pitcher at #8 will end the inning. Yes, it's not good to have a guaranteed out (Guzman) leading off an inning but if Guzman is leading off, he definitely won't hit into a double play.
To make a long story short, playing Guzman at #9 will reduce the number of double plays we hit into.
Of course, we could just not play Guzman, period. But I guess that's out of the question!