Roberto Pérez

Roberto Pérez Fantasy

Healthy
0.213 157th
2019
5.4 79th
2019
0.339 237th
2019
0.773 216th
2019
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Height / Weight
5' 11" / 220 lbs.
Date of Birth (Age)
12/23/1988 (31)
Experience
6
College
Florida Gateway College

Season Logs

Last 10 Games

Roberto Pérez News

Roberto Perez Ready To Take Next Step

Cleveland Indians catcher Roberto Perez (ankle) is coming into the 2020 season feeling healthy and energized. Perez had offseason surgery to remove bone spurs in his right ankle and hopes to improve on last year's breakout season. So far by hitting and catching, my movement is a lot better, my range of motion is much better," Perez stated. Im glad the way it came out. I still have to trust it. But I think its going to be a game-changer for me." Prezs 24 homers were more than he had hit in his previous five big league seasons combined. He also won a Rawlings Gold Glove for his defensive efforts. He should be in line for a heavy workload in 2020 and his batted-ball profile suggests his uptick in power is somewhat sustainable. If you decide to wait on a catcher in your draft, Perez is serviceable and could be a nice cheap source of power.

4 months ago
Roberto Perez Set To Make Spring Debut Saturday

Cleveland Indians catcher Roberto Perez (ankle) is set to make his Cactus League debut Saturday, Zack Meisel of The Athletic reports. The 31-year-old underwent surgery to remove bone spurs from his right ankle in October, but the procedure was never expected to impact his availability for Opening Day. Perez took over as the Indians primary catcher in 2019 and provides elite defense behind the dish. He also enjoyed a minor breakout season offensively. He hit a career-high 24 home runs and had 63 RBI in 2019. He should be in line for a heavy workload in 2020, and his batted-ball profile suggests his uptick in power is somewhat sustainable.

4 months ago
Roberto Perez Has Surgery On Ankle

Cleveland Indians catcher Roberto Perez (ankle) underwent successful arthroscopic surgery on Wednesday to remove bone spurs from his right ankle. He is expected to be ready for spring training next year. The 30-year-old is coming off a career year for the Tribe in which he hit 24 home runs and drove in 63 runs while throwing out more than 40 percent of attempted base stealers. He caught more than 100 games without allowing a single passed ball. He was a resounding success in his first year as a full-time starter in Cleveland, and his excellent season has earned him the starting job heading into 2020.

over 6 months ago