Hernan Perez
2B/3B/RF MIL
5 days ago

Perez rejoined the Brewers on Sunday following a stint with Venezuela in the WBC, the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports.

EDGE Analysis

Perez spent a couple weeks away from the Brewers while representing his country, but he is back with the team two weeks prior to Opening Day. Perez totaled just seven at-bats over six WBC games, but he did not show any rust Sunday in his first spring game back with the Brewers, homering and adding a two-run single. Perez will enter the regular season without a regular starting spot barring an injury, but he still figures to see several starts per week as others need days off, and gets a boost in fantasy value thanks to his eligibility at multiple positions.

Hernan Perez
2B/3B/RF MIL
3 weeks ago

Perez is 6-for-19 (.316) with two home runs and three RBI through seven spring games.

EDGE Analysis

Perez hit a respectable .281/.313/.449 after the All-Star break last season, and he has continued to hit this spring. He does not have a regular starting spot in the Brewers' lineup, but he saw action at every defensive position outside of catcher in 2016 and figures to continue working as a super-sub this season. He will not see many at-bats with the Brewers in the near future, however, as he will spend at least the next week playing for Venezuela in the WBC.

Hernan Perez
2B/3B/RF MIL
1 month ago

Brewers manager Craig Counsell said he'll give Perez time in left field with Ryan Braun resting for the first week of spring action, Tom Haudricourt of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports.

EDGE Analysis

Perez will probably share those duties with Scooter Gennett, who's trying his hand as a utility player. Perez clubbed 13 home runs and swiped 34 bases in an extended role last season, but his reps may be limited with Milwaukee bolstering its infield depth. NL-only fantasy players can speculate that he'll remain in the lineup enough to be a significant speed weapon, but banking on a repeat of last year's stats and playing time is a mistake.

Hernan Perez
2B/3B/RF MIL
6 months ago

Perez is starting in center field Thursday against the Pirates.

EDGE Analysis

The Brewers continue to get their Swiss Army knife into the lineup in any way possible, which means Perez will garner his first start in center field. This marks his sixth position played of the season, which could help him cement a decently-sized role on the team heading into next season.

Hernan Perez
2B/3B/RF MIL
6 months ago

Perez went 4-for-5 with two doubles, a steal, three RBI and a run against the Cardinals on Thursday.

EDGE Analysis

The versatile speedster's fashioned two four-hit games in his last three, which is a great sign for his fantasy owners, who saw him hit just .107 over the eight games prior. Perez now has 30 steals to go with his 13 homers -- quite the accomplishment for a guy who had only 137 at-bats before the All-Star break.

Hernan Perez
2B/3B/RF MIL
7 months ago

Perez is out of the lineup Monday against the Cubs.

EDGE Analysis

Perez had logged starts at third base in the last two games with Jonathan Villar (knee) sidelined, but now that Villar is back in the lineup, manager Craig Counsell elected to rest Perez. Given his ability to play all over the infield and both corner outfield spots, Perez should find his name penciled in on the lineup card more often than not, though Domingo Santana and Kirk Nieuwenhuis may occasionally push him to the bench.

Hernan Perez
2B/3B/RF MIL
7 months ago

Perez went 2-for-4 with a three-run homer and a solo shot in Saturday's 9-6 loss to the Pirates.

EDGE Analysis

The emerging infielder opened the scoring for the Brewers with a 398-foot shot in the first that drove in Scooter Gennett and Ryan Braun, before adding a solo shot in the third to give Milwaukee a 5-1 lead at the time. The round-trippers were Perez's first since Aug. 18, while the multi-hit effort was his seventh of the month. The 25-year-old's breakout season includes a .281/.308/.470 line with 11 doubles, a pair of triples, 13 homers and 47 RBI.

Hernan Perez
2B/3B/RF MIL
7 months ago

Perez is not in the lineup for Friday's game against the Pirates.

EDGE Analysis

Perez has cooled off since his outstanding month of July, but he's still been plenty useful for fantasy purposes with four homers, 10 RBI, eight steals and 14 runs scored this month. This marks his second absence in five games but Perez has shown enough to warrant near-everyday at-bats down the stretch between first base, second, third and right field.

Hernan Perez
2B/3B/RF MIL
7 months ago

Perez is not in the lineup for Monday's game against the Rockies.

EDGE Analysis

Perez is riding a four-game hitting streak, but manager Craig Counsell decided to give him his first day off Monday since Aug. 7. Perez does not have a defined defensive position at this time, but he started at first base, second base, third base, and in right field over the last week, so expect him to continue seeing action at several spots so that Counsell can keep his bat in the lineup.

Hernan Perez
2B/3B/RF MIL
7 months ago

Perez will no longer have a regular spot in right field following the return of Domingo Santana, but manager Craig Counsell said Perez "is going to play a lot" moving forward, Tom Haudricourt of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports.

EDGE Analysis

Perez saw a lot of action in right field the last few weeks, but Santana opened the year as the primary player at the position, and will likely play plenty there now that he is healthy again. The other seven infield/outfield spots are essentially spoken for, leaving Perez in a super-utility role. While he will not have an everyday position for the time being, he does own a .319/.349/.546 slash line since the All-Star break, so look for Counsell to get creative in order to keep Perez's bat in the lineup more often than not.