Found July 28, 2012 on 213 Miles From Shea:
PLAYERS: Oliver Perez
TEAMS: Seattle Mariners
Oliver! Oliver! Oliver! Sorry about the quality of the shot. It is oddly funny that so many of the cards I have for pitchers are them pitching or on the mound or posing. Sometimes you get the dugout shot. This photo is fitting of the memory I have of Perez in the dugout. Want to submit your own card? Click here. Written 7/16 Tweet
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