Bernardo Brito Perez
- Bats Right, Throws Right
- Height 6' 1", Weight 190 lb.
- Debut September 15, 1992
- Final Game June 24, 1995
- Born December 4, 1963 in San Cristobal, San Cristobal, D.R.
Bernardo Brito spent nearly 12 full seasons in the minor leagues, split between the Cleveland Indians and Minnesota Twins chains, before finally receiving the call to The Show in September 1992. He slugged 293 career minor league home runs, plus 50 in Nippon Professional Baseball during two seasons with the Nippon Ham Fighters in 1995 and 1996, 4 with the Sultanes de Monterrey in 21 games in 1997 and 1 with the China Times Eagles of the Chinese Professional Baseball League, also in 1997. In just 40 big league games, split among 3 seasons with the Twins, he connected for 5 in 76 plate appearances.
Brito won six home run titles in his minor league career:
- 1984 Batavia Trojans, New York-Penn League, Low A, 19
- 1985 Waterloo Indians, Midwest League, Class A, 29
- 1986 Waterbury Indians, Eastern League, Double A, 18
- 1987 Williamsport Bills, Eastern League, Double A, 24
- 1990 Portland Beavers, Pacific Coast League, Triple A, 25
- 1991 Portland Beavers, Pacific Coast League, Triple A, 27