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Martin Perez had a solid outing on Monday against the Orioles. He went five innings, allowed four hits, one run, and struck out four.
Perez now owns a 4.01 ERA. While there is virtually no elite ceiling here, Perez is a guy that can eat up innings for a ballclub. Considering how potent the Red Sox lineup has looked thus far, Perez should be in line for wins. Therefore, he could be a dependable option in deeper leagues.
Martin Perez was saddled with a no-decision on Wednesday against Detroit, allowing three runs (two earned) over 5 2/3 innings pitched.
Boston went on to lose in extra innings. Perez now has a 4.40 ERA through six starts and has yet to complete six full innings in any of them. He isn't all that usable for fantasy purposes right now.
Martin Perez had a solid outing on Thursday, despite the 4-1 loss to Texas. The left hander went 5.2 innings allowing five hits, one earned run, and struck out seven. The run support simply was not there for him today.
Martin Perez is now 0-2 with a 4.70 ERA in 2021. Although his most recent start was promising, it is hard to trust him as a viable fantasy option, unless it is in a good matchup. Perez will likely take the bump again on Tuesday or Wednesday against the Tigers.
Martin Perez received a no-decision on Friday against Seattle, allowing two runs on four hits over 3 2/3 innings pitched.
Perez struck out three and walked four in the start, which the Red Sox went on to win 6-5. Perez hasn't pitched more than five innings in any of his four starts this season, which means he isn't on the fantasy radar at this time.
Martin Perez took the loss on Sunday as the Red Sox were swept by the White Sox in a doubleheader, giving up four runs on seven hits over just 3 2/3 frames.
It was a tough matchup for Perez, but tonight's outing was a reminder of how little upside he carries for fantasy purposes. His next start is scheduled to come against the Mariners, which is a much better matchup, but it's still tough to recommend him.