Found March 11, 2012 on Nationals Enquirer:
Up above, blurry video from Saturday: Eury Perez singled off Justin Verlander in the Nats split squad game against the Tigers. So far, so good for Perez with the bat (6-14 on the spring); apparently he's taking his invite to big league camp seriously. See you patrolling CF at Nationals Park in 2013, kid? "I know they need a starting center fielder and I want to show them that I have the ability to do that. Even if I don't get it this year, I want them to know about me and know that I can do what they need. I'm working hard to show them that." (Eury Perez, via Nationals.com, 3/11/2012) And here's a double by Eury against the Mets last week: Befriend the Nats Enquirer on Facebook. Follow us on Twitter.  
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