CF,LF - FA - RET
OF Eury Perez went 1-for-4 with a runs scored in the Braves win over the Brewers, including a spectacular outfield assist in the fifth inning.
Perez has been a solid defensive contributor since being called up for good from Triple-A Gwinnett. However, his extra-base power at the plate is non-existent. He is a replacement level player at best.
Perez went 1-for-2 with a walk in the Braves' 4-1 win over the Nationals Wednesday night.
Perez has a been pleasant surprise since being called up 13 days ago. He has had a steady batting average and steady play in LF. However, he offers little extra base power and is at best a fill-in and reach for fantasy leagues.
Perez went 1-for-4 with a single in the Braves loss. He also hit into an inning-killing double-play.
With several position player injuries recently, the Braves have had to shuffle their lineup and Perez has seen the bulk of the starts ahead of Johnny Gomes in left-field. He is not fantasy relevant and has only one-extra base hit thus far.
Perez was seen at the beginning of camp as a strong possibility of making the final roster. The Braves are now desperate for a backup to Eric Young, who is filling in for the injured Melvin Upton. This enhances the possibilities for Todd Cunningham, who has also underwhelmed. They Braves are also looking at possible trades.
While Eric Young offers value for fantasy drafters, beyond him is an underwhelming dearth of much talent. The young Cunningham still needs development so we'll be watching what the Braves do in the coming days.
Perez is fighting for a spot, primarily the CF slot which needs to be filled due to Melvin Upton's injury.
Perez is the best defender among the group but lacks power at the plate. He might have enough contact to get by but lacks fantasy value.