Sergio Perez (minors06)

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Sergio Javier Pérez Ramos

  • Bats Left, Throws Right
  • Height 6' 0", Weight 180 lb.

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Biographical Information[edit]

Sergio Pérez has played pro ball for over a decade and has been on the Mexican national team.

He debuted in the Mexican Pacific League in 2008-09, scoring one run in three games and not batting for the Naranjeros de Hermosillo. The next summer, he was starting in center field for the Dorados de Chihuahua, hitting .282/.335/.353. That winter, he batted .236/.300/.236 as a backup for Hermosillo. In 2010, he moved to the Sultanes de Monterrey and hit .286/.346/.349 while seeing action primarily in left and right. In the winter, he was 3 for 23 with 3 walks, 4 runs and 2 RBI for the Yaquis de Obregón. He hit .327/.406/.433 for Monterrey in 2011. Changing winter clubs again, he was 3 for 13 with a double and four runs in eight games for the Algodoneros de Guasave, continuing his trend of being a summer starter and a winter backup.

In the summer of 2012, he produced at a .272/.342/.343 clip for Monterrey. That winter, he became a semi-regular with the Cañeros de Los Mochis and hit .349/.391/.453. Had he qualified for the batting title, he would have won it, as he was .005 ahead of titlist Alfredo Amezaga. With the '13 Sultanes, he hit .306/.355/.379. In the winter, he hit .273/.331/.359 for Los Mochis. His batting line for the 2014 Sultanes finished at .329/.398/.489. He did not play in the winter league and struggled early in 2015 with Monterrey (.208/.259/.208). He finished the year with the Pericos de Puebla and returned to form, hitting .337/.411/.420 the rest of the way to finish the campaign at .309/.379/.374.

Pérez slumped to .289/.358/.337 with the 2016 Pericos then split 2017 between Puebla and the Acereros de Monclova, hitting a combined .289/.355/.370. He spent both halves of the 2018 season with Puebla, hitting .344/.404/.503 with 16 doubles in 45 games in the spring season and .344/.381/.464 in the fall campaign. He was with Mexico for the 2019 Pan American Games Qualifier and batted .364/.467/.364 with 2 runs, 3 walks and 3 RBI in 3 games but the team fell just short of qualifying for the 2019 Pan American Games. He tied Tiago Magalhães and Leo Germán for 9th in the event in average and made the top ten in OBP.