- Jhonny Peralta, Defense, and Weight
, albeit not exhaustively so.
There's something particular I want to examine, though, and it has to do with Jhonny Peralta. This is an article about Peralta from Friday morning. Within:
- Jhonny Peralta: Welcome Back
spending the past two living in fantasy irrelevance. Without much fanfare Jhonny Peralta is having the best season of his career.
Aside from his 2005 season with Cleveland in which he hit 24 home runs
- The Jhonny Peralta Trade: Detroit's Perspective
. The answer to one of those questions starting soon will be Jhonny Peralta as the Tigers have acquired him from the Cleveland Indians for lefty pitcher Giovanni Soto.
Peralta is due less than $2
- Jhonny Peralta and Second Tier SS
players is Indians shortstop Jhonny Peralta. In three of the past four years, Peralta has delivered good numbers in home runs, runs and RBIs. Last year he led all shortstops in RBIs and finished
- Detroit Re-Signs Jhonny Peralta
The Tigers already re-signed third baseman Brandon Inge earlier this offseason and it appears they have completed the left side of the infield by re-signing Jhonny Peralta. The league leader in typos
- Trade Deadline Retrospective: Jhonny Peralta
It has been just about a year since Jhonny Peralta was dealt from the Cleveland Indians to the Detroit Tigers. It was July 28th, 2010, and Peralta was continuing his slide from the previous season
- Jhonny Peralta and Yunel Escobar: Scraping Bottom
of the barrel and end up with Jhonny Peralta or Yunel Escobar, you're not really doing damage to your team, but you're also not doing much to help it either.
The simple fact about guys like Peralta
- Where's Jhonny's Power?
Coming into the 2009 season, the Cleveland Indians had to feel pretty confident about Jhonny Peralta. After all, the 6-2, 210 pound Dominican Republic native had averaged 2.75 Wins Above Replacement
- Shoppach and Peralta: Pick Six Values
in the zone to try and induce weak contact and Shoppach will try to take advantage of any mistakes Harrison happens to make. For the low, low cost of $0.50 the reward outweighs the risk.
- Johnny Peralta and Carlos Pena: Waiver Wire
In today's edition of the Waiver Wire, we take a look at two tigers and a cub. Oh my.
Jhonny Peralta | 32% Owned (Y!) | 54.4% Owned (ESPN)
After what Peralta did for the Tigers last season