Royals catcher Salvador Perez has become the least-selective hitter in baseball. He entered Wednesday night’s game against the Chicago Wite Sox with a .574 on-base plus slugging percentage in the second half, as compared with a .765 OPS into the All-Star break.
Royals catcher Salvador Perez has become the least-selective hitter in baseball. He entered Wednesday night’s game against the Chicago Wite Sox with a .574 on-base plus slugging percentage in the second half, as compared with a .765 OPS into the All-Star break. File photo by JOHN SLEEZER The Kansas City Star
Royals catcher Salvador Perez has become the least-selective hitter in baseball. He entered Wednesday night’s game against the Chicago Wite Sox with a .574 on-base plus slugging percentage in the second half, as compared with a .765 OPS into the All-Star break. File photo by JOHN SLEEZER The Kansas City Star

Salvador Perez continues to play for Royals despite terrible slump

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