14. Yanio Perez, of, Rangers (21)
Low Class A Hickory (South Atlantic)
The Cuban signee has looked like a man among boys in his first taste of affiliated ball, hitting .356/.429/.630 in his first year in the Rangers system. Perez put together a six-game hitting streak in his latest big week, which included two doubles, two homers and a pair of three-hit games.
AVG OBP SLG XBH
.476 .542 .952 5 3 0
Eric (LA): Is Yanio Perez the real deal, or is his start a product of being a little old for the level? What do you think his ultimate outcome is?
Kyle Glaser: I saw him make a lot of hard contact when he came through Greensboro. Good sign, but yes I would like to see him moved up to Down East before buying in totally