CHRIS PEREZ RUMORS & GOSSIP
What Happened In 2014: Challenged the perception that there’s no such thing as a bad one-year deal.
I don’t really remember writing this, but apparently last winter, two weeks before the Dodgers signed Chris Perez, I wrote that “the declining Perez terrifies me in every way,” and, well, yep. In January...
The Los Angeles Dodgers have placed former Cleveland Indians closer, Chris Perez on the 60-day disabled list, officially ending his season. He was placed on the DL with an ankle injury in early August and he has not been able to make enough progress to get back to the mound yet. Dodgers put reliever Chris Perez on DL, call up pitcher Carlos Frias - Was... http://t.co/sewXJMr1qB...
The Los Angeles Dodgers placed reliever Chris Perez on the 15-day DL on Monday. The team announced the move on their official Twitter account, citing bone spurs in his right ankle:The Dodgers placed RHP Chris Perez on 15-day DL (bone spurs, right ankle) and selected contract of RHP Carlos Frias from AAA Albuquerque.— Los Angeles Dodgers (@Dodgers) August 4, 2014MLB.com's Michael...
Goodbye, Chris Perez, for now, anyway. The much-maligned reliever has been placed on the 15-day disabled list with, oh, let’s say an ankle problem. (It’s officially “bone spurs,” but really, whatever. Maybe it’s real, maybe it’s not, maybe you don’t care.) I hardly need to take you through the ins and outs of Perez’ season, so let’s just say that only six pitchers...
Lucky’s Café in Tremont is so damn good that it’s all Chris Perez misses about his time in Cleveland. In an interview with Cleveland.com’s Zach Meisel, Perez, the former Tribe closer, discusses his life with the Los Angeles Dodgers and the way his much-discussed tenure ended with the Cleveland Indians.
It ended a lot better than it started, team-wise. What we were able to...
The biggest change for the Indians this offseason is in the bullpen, with turnover related to 45% of the team’s relief appearances from a year ago.
The most recognizable departure, of course, is former closer Chris Perez. He was quickly released on Oct. 31 and was signed as a free agent with the Los Angeles Dodgers on Dec. 21.
In comments to Ken Gurnick, oft-criticized1 Dodgers...
Chris Perez did not have an impressive 2013: his 1.43 WHIP, fuelled by the right-hander giving more than a hit per inning, was a career-worst, as was his 4.33 ERA. The former Indians closer landed with the Dodgers in the offseason and as he told Jon Weisman of Dodgers.com, the injuries he battled in the first half of 2013 caused him to adjust his arm slot, meaning he never really...
Chris Perez is reportedly on the verge of heading to the Dodgers on a 1 year deal
It appears former Cleveland Indians closer Chris Perez is about to find a new home. Many reports are surfacing of the former closer joining the Los Angeles Dodgers on a 1 year deal. Official terms or monetary figures have not be finalized yet, but it is appearing likely Perez will join LA.
MORE STORIES >>
Former Indians closer Chris Perez has reportedly reached a one-year deal with the Los Angeles Dodgers.
The Los Angeles Times’ Dylan Hernandez first reported the story late on Sunday night. Terms of the deal still have not been reported.
Perez, 28, was released by the Indians back on Oct. 31. He earned $7.3 million in 2013 and was expected to make about $9 million if retained. That’s...