Timo Perez

#77LF,
Height: 5' 9"
Weight: 180
Bat: L
Throw: L
Born:
College: None
Birth Place: Juan Baron Palenque, Dominican Republic
Draft: Undrafted
  • Dodgers make deal for Mets OF Curtis Granderson
    ABC News

    Dodgers make deal for Mets OF Curtis Granderson

    The Los Angeles Dodgers have acquired veteran outfielder Curtis Granderson from the New York Mets for cash considerations and a player to be named later, the teams announced Friday. Granderson, 36, will join the Dodgers amid his fourth season with the Mets and 14th overall, after four seasons with the New York Yankees and six with the Detroit Tigers, who chose him in the third round of the 2002 draft out of the University of Illinois at Chicago.? "A little bittersweet to do that," Granderson told SNY in a locker room interview aired after the Mets' game Friday night, when asked about the pending trade. "But an opportunity to be able to go play in the postseason is exciting." Granderson is in

  • MLB trade rumors: Justin Verlander talks at ‘standstill’
    MLB Daily Dish

    MLB trade rumors: Justin Verlander talks at ‘standstill’

    The trade market for Tigers ace Justin Verlander seems to be at a “standstill” with just under two weeks left until the waiver deadline, sources told Jeff Passan of Yahoo Sports. Passan’s sources are saying that there are three reasons why this is happening. The first is “the lack of clarity by the Detroit Tigers on their direction.” Detroit general manager Al Avila said to Jason Beck of MLB.com during the winter that he wanted the Tigers to get younger without shelling out more cash than they have. However, the Tigers are locked-in to a ton of long-term contracts with aging veterans, mainly Verlander, Miguel Cabrera, Jordan Zimmerman, Victor Martinez and Justin Upton, making them appear to be

  • Detroit Tigers News: Joe Jimenez’s velocity drop is concerning
    Bless You Boys

    Detroit Tigers News: Joe Jimenez’s velocity drop is concerning

    With the Tigers having lost 10 out of their last 12 games and anticipating the unstoppable Los Angeles Dodgers, it seemed like an appropriate time to ask the question: Are you rooting for losses and a better draft pick down the stretch, or are you scratching out every win you can for the sake of pride and fandom? Both sides have merit. You can play the optimist and hope that the young guys show something down the stretch and the veterans hold the team together. And Mikie Mahtook has been fun, right? As the Chicago Cubs had perfected, there is always next year. Or you can be a pessimist and root for losses and the draft pick. No one will blame you for understanding sunk costs and cutting to the