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Tigers Prospect Profile #19: Hernan Perez

Due to a strange set of circumstances, Hernan Perez got the chance to make his big league debut in 2012, remaining in Detroit for a few days as a utility man. What does Perez have to do to get back there, and can he do so as more than a utility player?

Hernan Perez Position: Shortstop Height: 6-1 Weight: 185 Born: 3/26/1991 Bats: Right Throws: Right Acquired: Amateur Free Agent, 2007 Ranking History: #24 (2011), #96 (2010), #34 (2009), #175 (2008), #104 (2007) Background Perez signed for just over $200,000 at the start of the 2007 international signing period and debuted with the VSL Tigers the following summer. In 68 games, Perez hit .22... Recommended Stories

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