Eury Pérez Fantasy Stats

#39 SP  |  Miami Marlins
Out - Elbow

Height / Weight 6'8"  /  220 lbs.
Date of Birth (Age) Apr 15, 2003 (21)
Experience 1 seasons
College None

Season Stats

SEASON TEAM POS GP GS SV IP H R ER HR BB SO AVG WHIP FPTS
2023MIASP1919091.17235321531108.2031.128314.5
Career 19 19 0 91.1 72 35 32 15 31 108 1.128 314.5

Game Log

DATE TEAM OPP POS GS SV IP H R ER HR BB SO AVG WHIP FPTS
Feb 26, 2024MIASTLP101.2311003.3751.8006.0
Mar 2, 2024MIANYMP102.1000012.0000.42912.7
Mar 8, 2024MIANYMP103.2422105.2671.09111.8
Mar 13, 2024MIAWSHP100.1000021.0006.0001.6
Last 4 4 0 8.0 7 3 3 1 3 11 1.250 32.0

Marlins Depth Chart

C

Nick Fortes

Ali Sánchez

1B

Jake Burger

Josh Bell

Emmanuel Rivera

2B

Otto Lopez

Vidal Bruján

Jonah Bride

Xavier Edwards

Jazz Chisholm Jr.

SS

Xavier Edwards

Vidal Bruján

Nick Gordon

Otto Lopez

3B

Emmanuel Rivera

Jake Burger

Vidal Bruján

Jonah Bride

LF

Bryan De La Cruz

Nick Gordon

Otto Lopez

CF

Jazz Chisholm Jr.

Nick Gordon

Vidal Bruján

RF

Jesús Sánchez

Nick Gordon

Bryan De La Cruz

SP

Trevor Rogers

Bryan Hoeing

Kyle Tyler

Edward Cabrera

Roddery Muñoz

RP

Calvin Faucher

A.J. Puk

JT Chargois

Eury Pérez News

Eury Pérez  • SP  •  Marlins

Eury Perez To Undergo Tommy John Surgery

The Miami Marlins announced on Thursday that right-hander Eury Perez (elbow) will undergo Tommy John surgery and will miss the rest of the 2024 season. Not only have the Marlins become the first team in MLB history to start a season 0-7 a year after making the playoffs, but now they'll be without their two best pitchers in Perez and Sandy Alcantara (elbow) for all of 2024. The 20-year-old Perez was diagnosed with right-elbow inflammation during spring training and opened the year on the injured list, but now he won't be available to the Fish or fantasy managers for all of this year and the start of 2025. You can now safely drop him in single-year fantasy leagues, but the impressive young hurler needs to remain stashed in all dynasty/keeper formats.
Apr 4   
Eury Pérez  • SP  •  Marlins

Another Bullpen Session Coming Soon For Eury Perez

Miami Marlins right-hander Eury Perez (elbow) threw a bullpen session on Saturday and is set to throw another one in the next few days. Saturday was the first time that Perez threw off the mound since experiencing right-elbow inflammation during spring training. The 20-year-old threw all of his pitches during the 20-pitch session on Saturday and will continue to build up his arm before facing live hitters and eventually going on a minor-league rehab start. The Dominican hurler should be stashed in an injured list spot in all fantasy leagues after he went 5-6 with a 3.15 ERA and 1.13 WHIP with 108 strikeouts in 91 1/3 innings over 19 starts in 2023. The sky is the limit for Perez when he's healthy.
Apr 2   
Eury Pérez  • SP  •  Marlins

Eury Perez Throwing On Friday

Miami Marlins starting pitcher Eury Perez (elbow) was recently placed on the 15-day injured list. Luckily, it sounds like the right-hander is making solid progress. On Friday, it was reported that Perez was throwing from 105 feet. It's good to see him getting in some action after going down with left elbow inflammation. He was able to mix in some breaking balls during his long toss session on Thursday. The team is likely going to take the cautious approach here, so fantasy managers might have to be patient. The organization should give an update on his timetable to return soon.
Mar 29   
Eury Pérez  • SP  •  Marlins

Eury Perez Plays Catch Pain-Free

Miami Marlins right-hander Eury Perez (elbow) played catch in camp pain-free on Saturday and will play catch again on Sunday. Even though it's already decided that Perez will open the 2024 regular season on the 15-day injured list due to inflammation in his right elbow, it's good news to see him throwing a baseball without any pain this weekend. The 20-year-old avoided structural damage in his arm and could make his season debut in late April if he can avoid any setbacks as he begins to ramp back up. Perez showed last year that he has tons of fantasy upside by going 5-6 with a 3.15 ERA and 1.13 WHIP with 108 strikeouts in 91 1/3 innings over his first 19 major-league starts. There's still a lot to like about Perez, but his elbow injury makes him a bit more of a risk in fantasy heading into the 2024 season.
Mar 24   
Eury Pérez  • SP  •  Marlins

Eury Perez To Start On Injured List With Elbow Inflammation

Miami Marlins right-hander Eury Perez (elbow) will start the 2024 regular season on the 15-day injured list after being diagnosed with right-elbow inflammation. In addition to his elbow injury, Perez dealt with a fingernail issue in spring training. All in all, fantasy managers who are counting on the young 20-year-old to contribute to their rotation in 2024 have to be happy that he avoided any structural damage in his arm and won't need surgery. But Perez is going to miss at least the first couple weeks of the season and might not make his season debut until late April or early May. The Dominican hurler is one of the most impressive young arms in baseball after he posted a 3.15 ERA and 1.13 WHIP with 108 strikeouts in 19 starts after making his MLB debut in 2023, but his elbow injury has made him more of a No. 3/4 fantasy starter entering 2024.
Mar 22   
Eury Pérez  • SP  •  Marlins

Eury Perez Dealing With Elbow Soreness, Set To Undergo Imaging

The Miami Marlins announced starting pitcher Eury Perez (elbow) is set to undergo imaging and testing on his throwing elbow in the coming days. Perez was pulled from his start Wednesday after experiencing discomfort from a broken fingernail. He started to experience elbow discomfort on Thursday. Part of the 20-year-old's diagnostic process will be to meet with orthopedic surgeon Dr. Keith Meister in Texas. Perez was set to be a vital part of the Marlins' rotation, projected for 161 strikeouts, a 3.13 ERA, and a 1.17 WHIP. After a promising 2023, Perez and the Marlins will certainly be hopeful that testing and imaging will reveal as little damage as possible as Miami's current rotation is decimated. Fantasy managers will have to wait for the imaging results on Perez's sore elbow. The injury jeopardizes his status for Opening Day, and he could miss the start of the season.
Mar 17   
Eury Pérez  • SP  •  Marlins

Eury Perez Won't Throw For 3-4 Days

Miami Marlins right-hander Eury Perez (finger) won't throw for three to four days after experiencing fingernail/blister issues with his right-middle finger. The youngster left his most recent start after just 14 pitches due to the finger issue. The 20-year-old was fantastic in his big-league debut in the 2023 season, posting a 3.15 ERA alongside a dynamite 20.4% K-BB% across 19 starts and 91 1/3 innings with the Marlins. He also worked to a 3.19 ERA and a monstrous 31% K-BB% in eight starts at Double-A. The Fish were careful with their prized, young righty in terms of his workload last season, but he should be in for a notable increase in innings in the 2024 season, barring further injury woes. This issue doesn't appear to be serious but is something prospective fantasy managers will want to keep an eye on prior to draft day.
Mar 15   
Eury Pérez  • SP  •  Marlins

Eury Perez Exits Early Wednesday With Blister Issue

Miami Marlins right-hander Eury Perez (finger) left his Grapefruit League start early on Wednesday after only 14 pitches due to what appeared to be a fingernail/blister issue. Perez has been dealing with a right middle-finger issue this spring, and the issue apparently cropped up again on Wednesday. The 20-year-old isn't dealing with any kind of serious arm injury, which is good, but this is still something that fantasy managers shouldn't completely ignore when considering Perez for as a No. 2 starter in upcoming drafts. Perez was electric after being called up to the big leagues last year. He wasn't so good after a midseason break to conserve his innings, but if healthy, Perez has high-end fantasy appeal for the long term with his fastball-slider-curveball-changeup mix.
Mar 13   
Eury Pérez  • SP  •  Marlins

Eury Perez Suffers Broken Nail Saturday

Miami Marlins right-hander Eury Perez (finger) left his Grapefruit League game against the New York Mets early with a broken fingernail on his right middle finger. The Marlins training staff came out to check on the youngster with one out in the third inning before he left the contest. Thankfully, Perez said he is in no pain and has no concerns in regards to his injury. He went 2 1/3 innings while allowing zero earned runs with one walk against two strikeouts across 36 pitches, 22 of which were strikes. The 20-year-old made his big-league debut in the 2023 season, working to a 3.15 ERA and a healthy 20.6% K-BB% across 19 starts. The club was cautious with his usage a season ago but is projected for 25 starts of 3.88 ERA ball by ATC in the 2024 campaign.
Mar 2   
Eury Pérez  • SP  •  Marlins

Eury Perez Trying New Curveball Grip

Miami Marlins pitcher Eury Perez is trying out a new curveball grip that he and pitching coach Mel Stottlemyre have come up with in spring training. Perez noted the curveball looks good in bullpen sessions, but he needs to trust it more. The towering 6-foot-8 righty made his big-league debut at just 20 years of age in the 2023 season and worked to a 3.15 ERA across 19 starts, but the club limited his workload after throwing just 77 innings in the minors in the 2022 season. Perez should be given a much longer leash in the 2024 season, especially with ace Sandy Alcantara (elbow) out for the season due to Tommy John surgery. He is certainly worth an investment on draft day and is a dynasty league gem moving forward.
Feb 26   
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