Wenceel Perez

Wenceel Perez

RF - DET
Height: 5-10
Weight: 203 lbs
Age: 24
College:
Detroit Tigers

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NBC SportsDaniel Hudson picked up his fourth save of the season on Friday night, working a scoreless ninth inning to preserve a one-run lead against the Tigers.

Dodgers' closer Evan Phillips was utilized in the sixth inning of this one, so manager Dave Roberts turned to Hudson after the Dodgers went ahead in the top half of the ninth inning. Things got interesting in the ninth as the 37-year-old right-hander allowed a pair of one-out walks to Colt Keith and Wenceel Perez, but he battled back to strike out Matt Vierling and then got Riley Greene on a fly ball to center to end it. Hudson has registered a minuscule 1.63 ERA across 38 2/3 innings on the season while chipping in six victories and four saves.

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Friday, Jul 12, 2024

NBC SportsWenceel Perez is not in the Tigers' starting lineup for Friday evening's showdown against the Dodgers.

The switch-hitting 24-year-old has worked his way into the Tigers' lineup on a nightly basis for the most part, so he has certainly earned a night off. Ryan Vilade will start in his place in right field and will bat ninth against James Paxton and the Dodgers on Friday evening.

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Friday, Jul 12, 2024

NBC SportsColt Keith smacked an RBI triple in the first inning on Wednesday, helping to propel the Tigers to victory over the Guardians.

Don't look now, but the Tigers have won five of their last six games -- including two out of three against the Guardians. The Tigers jumped on Tanner Bibee in this one, as Wenceel Perez led off the game with a double and Keith followed with a triple into the gap in right-center to give them an early 1-0 edge. He'd then score on a sacrifice fly. The 22-year-old second baseman also led off the third inning with a walk and scored on Matt Vierling's two-run bomb. Keith finished the night 1-for-2, raising his season slash to .250/.299/.382 to go along with eight homers, 32 RBI and five stolen bases.

Source: NBC Sports
Wednesday, Jul 10, 2024

NBC SportsWenceel Perez hit a two-run homer off the bench in a win over the Reds on Saturday.

Perez came off the bench and swatted a two-run homer to not only get the Tigers on the board, but also tied the game at 2-2 in the eighth inning. The 24-year-old has gone deep five times this year while slashing a decent and unremarkable .258/.313/.406. Perez provides the Tigers much more value than he could ever provide fantasy teams.

Source: NBC Sports
Saturday, Jul 6, 2024


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