- Carlos Correa, Playing Through Injury, and True Talent
. And that's not even true of everyone. And that has cascading effects on their abilities.
Take Carlos Correa.
Let's look first at his exit velocity for the year.
Nobody's chart is a straight
- Hernan Perez's Best Starling Marte Impression
and preconceived notions. Alas, Starling Marte and, of all people, Hernan Perez make for excellent comparisons when prorating their 2016 stat lines. Per usual, I won't tell you who's who:
- Is Salvador Perez Turning On the Power?
We're given a few things. One, Salvador Perez is rather newly 26 years old. And he's a catcher, and you know how they develop. Two, Perez is running what would be a career-high strikeout rate. Three
- Pillar, Perez, and Our Common Bond
individual paradigm dramatically alters his or her view of the game. Case in point, what common ground could Salvador Perez and Kevin Pillar possibly share beyond their profession? Perez, who
- Sal Perez and Awarding Contract Extensions Out of Fairness
Earlier this week, Salvador Perez and the Kansas City Royals agreed on a second contract extension. In terms of financial need or justification for the Royals, there weren't any compelling reasons
- Royals Extend Salvador Perez, the Most Royals Player
haste to try to see the future. This would be where the Royals have perfected a magic formula.
If there's one player who might adequately represent the Royals in a nutshell, it's Salvador Perez. You
- Jean Segura and Salvador Perez: The Quest to Never Walk
of the game.
Take, for instance, the hitters we're going to discuss today: Jean Segura and Salvador Perez. You might not have visited their player pages recently, but take a look at a few select
- Watching Johnny Cueto and Salvador Perez
place off of it. As Andy McCullough wrote, Cueto felt like he needed to express something about Salvador Perez.
Part of his trouble, Cueto explained to the team, was he tries to throw exactly toward
- Martin Perez Is Also Back, or Might Be
Genesis that says so.
It is with this theme in mind that we examine the similarly dramatic return, and more compelling masterpiece, of Harrison’s now-former teammate, southpaw Martin Perez
- Projecting the Prospects in the Carlos Gomez Trade
- The Daily Grind, Erasmo, Perez, Grichuk
Daily DFS - Erasmo
GB / FB Splits
Tomorrow's Targets - Morton, Perez, Weaver, Grichuk, Pagan
Stacking advice and hitter picks invariably
- NERD Game Scores: Carlos Frias Against a Sea of Troubles
- Braves Back End: Foltynewicz and Perez
Williams Perez is not a very well known pitcher and I was actually a bit surprised when the Braves went with him in the rotation over top prospect Matt Wisler, but they have opted
- Carlos Carrasco & Carlos Carrasco
It's no secret that I loved Carlos Carrasco heading into the 2014 season. His spectacular performance over his final 10 starts last year vaulted him into the not actually a sleeper sleeper territory
- Monitoring Salvador Perez's Workload
the beanings and the yelling and the pointing, there was a significant and rare day for the Royals as Salvador Perez did not start on Sunday. Erik Kratz took his place, although Perez did not receive
- Is Sal Perez Ready to Breakout?
A player I ended up with but did not love entering the draft this season was Salvador Perez. On a split team that I was forced to miss the actual draft of, my co-manager drafted Perez as he fell
- Is Carlos Martinez the Next Carlos Carrasco?
Carlos Martinez. A starter throughout his minor league career, Martinez has started just eight games for the Cardinals, versus 70 relief appearances. It seemingly wasn't due to the Cardinals organization
- There's Nothing Salvador Perez Won't Swing At
In the bottom of the fourth inning of last night's Game 1, there was a moderately humorous moment when Salvador Perez "struck out" on an 0-2 pitch in the dirt. Buster Posey retrieved the loose ball
- Salvador Perez's Disturbing Trends
It was another productive season from Salvador Perez, at least from a fantasy baseball perspective. He earned the fifth most value among catchers and set a new career high in plate appearances
- Carlos Carrasco!
Unless you've been living under a rock (do we have any rock-dwelling readers?), then you should be well aware that I have an infatuation with Carlos Carrasco. It actually began last year, when I
- Replacing Martin Perez with Martin Perez
at either trying to pitch through serious pain or face a spinal fusion surgery which could potentially threaten his Major League career. Meanwhile, Martin Perez -- who lasted just 3 2/3 innings
- Martin Perez: Bad Fastball, Awesome Sinker
You can look at parts of Martin Perez’ profile and find yourself salivating over the upside. At the same time, there are parts of his profile that can make you question whether he's a major sell-high
- Oliver Perez, Somehow A Potential Bargain
Oliver Perez has had a pretty fascinating career path, and while I hardly need to bring you through his entire history, it'd be remiss to start an article about him without at least touching on his
- Thinking About Martin Perez
Martin Perez has only thrown 162.1 innings in the majors, but he's well-known within most baseball communities. He's been one of the most-hyped prospects in the Rangers' farm system in recent years
- Phillies Re-Sign Carlos Ruiz. Don't Mock Just Yet.
Heading into the winter, it wasn't entirely clear what the market for Carlos Ruiz was going to look like. He's headed into his age-35 season, coming off his worst offensive year since 2008
- Martin Perez and Extensions For Young Pitchers
Last week, the Texas Rangers caught many off-guard when they announced they had signed young left-hander Martin Perez to a four-year deal that guarantees the pitcher $12.5 million dollars. Perez has
- Salvador Perez: Finishing Strong
Heading into this season, Salvador Perez was a trendy pick for those who were diligent with their homework. He wasn't exactly considered mainstream, but he also wasn't considered a hidden gem
- Oliver Perez: Pitcher You Want
, but to just highlight a good reliever who's available. In case you haven't been paying attention, Oliver Perez has been pitching really well, and though he's probably not reliable closer material
- Juan Perez Knows Himself
The Giants called up Juan Perez, a 26-year-old center fielder in Triple-A who had never seen the bigs before, because they were short on center fielders with Angel Pagan out. The young man has tools
- Giancarlo and Carlos
cites an agent to compares Stanton to the Rockies' Carlos Gonzalez after his 2010 season, when he signed for seven-years and $80 million dollars. That comparison makes sense in that Gonzalez
- How Good Is Salvador Perez?
No one could blame you if you didn't believe in Salvador Perez last season. While he mashed to a tune of .331/.361/.473 as a 21-year-old rookie, there were reasons for skepticism. Perez had only
- Keeping Salvador Perez
are probably going to be kept. As will be the likes of Molina, Joe Mauer and Miguel Montero. That would leave you with the choice of keeping Perez or taking a chance that either A.J. Pierzynski or Carlos Ruiz
- Oliver Perez Is Good Now. Seriously.
There have been a lot of surprising developments in baseball this year -- the Pirates and Orioles are contenders, Carlos Ruiz is an MVP candidate, and Josh Reddick is among the Major League lead
- Salvador Perez & Francisco Cordero: Waiver Wire
Let's start the week with an up-and-coming young catcher and a veteran reliever hanging on by the skin of his teeth...
Salvador Perez | C | Royals | Owned: 39% Yahoo!
A trendy breakout pick
- Sal Perez At 198
" start from Luke Hochevar, a barrage of singles, and a random home run from Yuniesky Betancourt. The primary engine of the singles train was young catcher Salvador Perez, who hit four singles in five
- Matsuzaka, Perez, Pryor: Mining the Minors
POTENTIAL FANTASY ROLE: Streaming SP in mixed 12-team leagues or SP4 in AL 10-team leagues
Salvador Perez, Royals C
CURRENT LEVEL: Triple-A
- FanGraphs Audio: Scott Radinsky and Chris Perez
David Laurila (@DavidLaurilaQA), curator of FanGraphs’ Q&A Series, talks both to Indians rock-and-roll pitching coach Scott Radinsky and also closer Chris Perez.
- Chris Perez's Blown Save With Roto Implications
Jack Moore covered this for the main site, but I wanted to touch on it from a fantasy perspective. Chris Perez blew a three-run lead in the ninth inning last night, to no surprise of anyone who has
- Dissecting Chris Perez's Blown Save
to Chris Perez, and things went downhill in a hurry.
The Blue Jays needed just five batters to tie the game against Perez; he would face seven overall, allowing three runs on three hits and two
- Royals Replace Perez With Deal for Quintero
while Lorenzo Cain has emerged as a strong force both with the glove and the bat. On the other, you've got Salvador Perez down with knee surgery for 12 to 14 weeks and Joakim Soria likely headed
- Rangers Martin Perez Is Just Fine
Prospect followers, please stop panicking over the demise of Texas Rangers pitching prospect Martin Perez. He will be fine. My first in person look at Perez came last week facing off against arguably
- Salvador Perez Suffers Knee Injury
Salvador Perez won't be ready for Opening Day.
Less than a month after the Kansas City Royals rewarded him with a five-year, $7 million contract, Perez now has a meniscus tear — an injury serious
- Handcuffing Relievers: Vinnie Pestano and Chris Perez
-sharing situation, handcuffs are going to be most useful for relievers who aren’t secure in their role at the end of games.
Jeff Zimmerman covered Chris Perez’s oblique issues on Monday, and while
- Royals Take A Page From Rays, Extend Perez
Salvador Perez just joined a very exclusive club. By signing a five year, $7 million guaranteed contract -- which includes three additional option years -- with the Kansas City Royals, the 21-year
- The Sizemores, Utley and Perez: DL on the DL
. His only value is as a late round flyer and someone will take him before that point in the draft.
Chris is supposed to be out 4-6 weeks with a strained left side muscle. The team
- Braves Carlos Perez Struggles With Command
After gaining significant helium during the 2010 off-season, prospect followers expected young left-hander Carlos Perez to firmly establish himself as the best of the next wave of young Braves
- Great Moments in Jheri Curls: Pascual Perez
Pascual Perez was quite the interesting cat. At first, I wondered: How can a man who stands six feet, two inches tall weigh only 163 pounds? The answer: Drugs. Of course! Cocaine, to be more
- FanGraphs Audio: The Exceptional Fernando Perez
Fernando Perez is (a) a former seventh-round draft pick by the Tampa Bays Rays, (b) a real-live published poet, and (c) a guest on this edition of FanGraphs Audio. Mr. Perez joins us
- No Love for Salvador Perez?
in the FanGraphs dynasty league mock draft was Royals catcher Salvador Perez. Granted, it was just a 12-team, one catcher league, but with so many youngsters going so early, it's hard to imagine that out
- Video: Chris Perez Is Probably a Banker from Boston
, in which Cleveland reliever Chris Perez hunts, but fails to kill, a squirrel.
Owing to the lack of urgency in Perez's gait, one can safely assume that, so far as Perez's Oregon Trail-related skills
- Q&A: Justin Masterson and Chris Perez
Justin Masterson and Chris Perez are having success against American League hitters -- Masterson is 5-2, 2.52; Perez has 10 saves -- but what would happen if they went up against a lineup of Indians
- Wood (Blister) Back on DL; Perez to Close
for a twenty grand fee (thanks, Cots Baseball Contracts and MLBTradeRumors).
With Wood out, Chris Perez is expected to take what save chances the Indians get. The former Hurricane, picked up from the St
- Oliver Perez to the Pen
the parallels in highly paid starting pitchers being converted to the bullpen this season, Carlos Zambrano’s situation has nothing on this one. Unlike Zambrano, Perez doesn’t belong in the rotation, and frankly
- Oliver Perez: Wild And Out
Oliver Perez had a bad day.
To start the bottom half of the third inning, Perez walked Jimmy Rollins. After a Pedro Feliz fly out, Perez walked Eric Bruntlett. Then he walked Carlos Ruiz, loading
- 2009 Impact Rookie: Chris Perez
-reliever Ryan Franklin (3.55 ERA) with 17, former closer Jason Isringhausen (5.70) with 12 and rookie Chris Perez (3.46) with seven. Although he appeared in 41 games, Perez is still a rookie for 2009
- Cards Closer Candidate: Chris Perez
, finishing 25th in the majors in FIP and 22nd in WPA.
Luckily, hope is on the horizon in the form of a big-bodied, hard-throwing righty: Chris Perez. A 2006 supplemental first-round pick out
- Lowe, Perez To Sign Soon?
that pitching is their top concern, but Tim Redding is nowhere near enough. If they are not serious about pursuing Lowe, are they going to re-sign Oliver Perez?
Well, according to other reports
- Carlos the Closer
Due to a combination of a tremendous strikeout mark, a solid ERA and a nice WHIP, Carlos Marmol had a fantasy value of roughly $6 in a 12-team mixed league last year. That figures to go up
- Oliver Perez: The Next Koufax?
on Oliver Perez includes a chapter "One Of The Five Best Left-Handed Starting Pitchers."
Seriously. Oliver Perez. Scott Boras actually wants people to take him seriously, and he's calling Perez one
- Will The Real Oliver Perez Please Stand Up?
Oliver Perez has always been something of an enigma. A power throwing southpaw who got to the majors with San Diego at a young age and had some early success, he was sent to Pittsburgh along
- Hudson & Perez: BIS & Pitchf/x
by Pitchf/x, but as a slider by BIS. That third pitch in disagreement had the lowest Pitchf/x type_confidence of any pitch in the game.
Odalis Perez:Fastball - BIS: 59.7% (86.0mph) | Pitchf/x: 78.8
- Carlos Zambrano?
There's been a ton of news about Carlos Zambrano's contract recently, and how the Cubs may or may not give him a five year deal and how he deserves more money than Barry Zito, etc.... Now it's true