Back in 2006, the Indians had the bright idea of a first base platoon of Ben Broussard and the 36-year old right-handed free agent signee Eduardo Perez. All credit to the great Anthony Castrovince, now of MLB.com and formerly at Indians.com, who came up with perhaps the greatest nickname in baseball platoon history: Benuardo.
The Benuardo experience left us all hollow. Perez lasted...
Monday, June 16
New York Mets at St. Louis Cardinals (ESPN 8 pm) Dave O’Brien, Eduardo Perez
Tuesday, June 17
Kansas City Royals at Detroit Tigers (MLBN 7 pm) Local Broadcast [alt: Phillies at Braves]
Wednesday, June 18
Chicago Cubs at Miami Marlins (MLBN 12:30 pm) Local Broadcast [alt: Twins at Red Sox 1 pm]
San Francisco Giants at Chicago White Sox (WGNA 2 pm) Ken Harrelson...
Fans tuning in to ESPN2 at 4:30 on Monday had something unexpected on their television screens – Baseball Tonight All-Access. The pregame show was announced with relatively short notice, but was put together pretty well. Adnan Virk, Eduardo Perez, and Aaron Boone had a desk on the field, and Tim Kurkjian served in his usual role as a roving reporter.
The All-Access idea largely...
The Houston Astros have hired Tarrik Brock as their first base coach, replacing Eduardo Perez, who will not return for the upcoming season.
Pat Listach, who was hired to coach first base in October, will instead be Houston's third base coach.
The 40-year-old Brock worked for the past seven seasons as the minor league outfield and baserunning coordinator in the Marlins organization...
Via AP on Fox
January 08, 2014
The Houston Astros have hired Eduardo Perez as bench coach and Dennis Martinez as bullpen coach to complete the staff of new manager Bo Porter.
Martinez was a pitching coach in the Cardinals system for the last six seasons. He was a four-time All-Star and threw a perfect game in a playing career from 1976-98.
Perez is the manager of the Colombian team in the World Baseball Classic...
Via AP on Fox
November 05, 2012
Now that our great city is pretty much done riding the wave of the Heat’s run to a championship, it goes without saying that all eyes will be on the Marlins. With the poor way the Marlins have been playing for the month of June, those eyes will now be looking for answers to a few questions. And if those questions aren’t answered to the satisfaction of fans, it may put a serious...
"...this offense during all of Perez’s tenure as the Marlins hitting coach, is failure."
We see it everywhere as time moves on and networking becomes that staple of career progression and competence becomes more of a footnote or accessory. “It’s not what you know, it’s who you know”. That is what we hear all the time. And of course, we have seen the offspring...
A guest of MLB Network Radio on Monday, Miami Marlins hitting coach Eduardo Perez admitted to having some concerns about how the position change and shoulder surgery will impact Hanley Ramirez’s bat next season. Perez, like manager Ozzie Guillen said earlier this offseason, believes playing a less demanding position should facilitate Ramirez having a bounce back year.