Saturday, July 4, 2015

Ryan Perez makes pro debut in 2015

Ryan Perez BHP, Scrappers
Ambidextrous pitcher Ryan Perez recently signed with the Cleveland Indians and made his minor league debut at Dwyer Stadium with the Mahoning Valley Scrappers vs Batavia Muckdogs on 22 June 2015. 

The Scrappers, from the New York-Penn League, had 17 hits and won 15-11 (box score). 

Perez faced 7 batters in 1.1 IP in his first outing in the minors. He gave up 3 runs, including a homer, and struck out 3 with no walks.  Perez threw 27 pitches with 16 strikes (59%). He uses a custom-made six finger glove from Mizuno.

Switch-pitching Scrapper Perez makes pro debut Published: 
NILES, Ohio (WKBN) – Earlier this baseball season, Oakland’s Pat Venditte became just the second major-leaguer to pitch with both arms in a game.  The Indians hope that 12th round pick and current Scrapper Ryan Perez will follow suit someday as a switch-pitcher. Perez tops out at 94 miles per hour from the left side, and 93 mph from the right. Read More


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