Jose Peraza

2B / Cincinnati Reds / EXP: 1YRS Height: 6-0 Weight: 180 lb Age: 21 College: None Bats/Throws R/R

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    • by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com

      Reds' Jose Peraza: Path to playing time not obvious

      Because the Reds were unable to trade Brandon Phillips this offseason, Peraza doesn't have an obvious starting job to begin the season, the Cincinnati Enquirer reports. As long as Phillips is with the Reds, he's going to be the starter at second base. The Reds can be creative at shortstop and third base, but they also want to have places for Zack Cozart and Eugenio Suarez to play.

    • by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com

      Reds' Jose Peraza: Traded to Reds

      Peraza was traded to the Reds on Wednesday as part of a massive seven-player, three-team trade, FOX Sports' Ken Rosenthal reports. One would assume that this is a precursor for further moves by the Reds, as Peraza does not have an obvious place to play as things currently stand. That said, he was the headlining return for Todd Frazier, so they obviously love the 21-year-old middle infielder. Assuming the Reds find a way to get Peraza regular at-bats in 2016, he will offer 30-plus steals with the potential for a .275 average at either second base or shortstop, but there won't be much power to speak of. Peraza had a hamstring injury at the end of 2015, but he should be ready for spring training. Frankie Montas, Trayce Thompson, and Micah Johnson go to the Dodgers from Chicago as part of the three-team deal. In addition, the trade sends Frazier to the White Sox, while the Reds received Brandon Dixon and Scott Schebler from the Dodgers, in addition to Peraza.

    • by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com

      Dodgers' Jose Peraza likely unavailable for first round of playoffs

      Dodgers infielder Jose Peraza (hamstring) was all-but ruled out of the first round of the playoffs by manager Don Mattingly Sunday, the Dodgers' official site reports. The team hopes to have Peraza healthy for a potential NLCS, but even then, there may not be room for him on the roster. He's probably looking at a 2016 return date at this point.

    • by CBSSports.com Staff | CBSSports.com

      Dodgers to evaluate Jose Peraza in two weeks

      Dodgers 2B Jose Peraza (hamstring) will be evaluated in two weeks, J.P. Hoornstra of the Los Angeles News Group reports. Manager Don Mattingly said Monday that he feared Peraza's season could be over, and it sounds like that may very well be the case. There's no telling whether Peraza will be cleared to play after his follow-up exam, and by then, there will be less than a week remaining in the regular season. The 21-year-old aggravated his hamstring injury during Sunday's game.

    • by Jason Lempert | Staff Writer

      Dodgers' Jose Peraza (hamstring) going for MRI, season in jeopardy

      Dodgers infielder Jose Peraza underwent an MRI on his ailing hamstring. Peraza, who missed time earlier this month, was forced to leave Sunday's game in the fifth inning with a recurrence of the same injury. Manager Don Mattingly indicated that it is possible Peraza could miss the rest of the season, according to The Orange County Register.

    • by Michael Hurcomb | Fantasy Writer

      Report: Dodgers 2B Jose Peraza (hamstring) to miss 3-5 days

      Dodgers second baseman Jose Peraza is expected to be sidelined 3-5 days due to a sore hamstring, a source told Fox Sports. The rookie infielder is batting .267 (4 for 15) with one double, one triple, one RBI, three runs, three stolen bases, two walks and two strikeouts in five games.

    • by Marty Gitlin | CBSSports.com

      Dodgers bring up 2B Jose Peraza

      The Dodgers have promoted infielder Jose Peraza from Triple-A Oklahoma City to take the place on the roster of shelved outfelder Yasiel Puig. Peraza spent just two weeks in the minors after a short stint with the Dodgers in which he managed one hit in six at-bats. He has hit .289 with 33 stolen bases in the minors this season.

    • by Marty Gitlin | CBSSports.com

      Dodgers activate 3B Justin Turner, send down 2B Jose Peraza

      The Dodgers have activated third baseman Justin Turner off the disabled list and demoted second baseman Jose Peraza to Triple-A Oklahoma City, per truebluela.com. Turner, who has been sidelined with a staph infection in the right thigh, returns in a breakthrough season. He owns a fine slash line of .323/.387/.563 with 44 RBI in 254 at-bats. Don Mattingly has stated that Turner should start Friday against Cincinnati. He could play some at second base with Howie Kendrick on the DL.

    • by Sean d'Oliveira | CBSSports.com

      Dodgers call up second baseman Jose Peraza on Monday

      Dodgers second baseman Jose Peraza was called up to start Monday's game against the Nationals, reports the Los Angeles Times. Peraza will bat second and play second base. It will be his first major league game.

    • by Marty Gitlin | CBSSports.com

      Dodgers snag strong starters in deal with Marlins, Braves

      The Dodgers have snagged several veterans in a just-completed three-way trade filled with prospects, per Yahoo Sports. They receive starting pitchers Alex Wood and Bronson Arroyo and relievers Luis Avilan and Jim Johnson, as well as minor league utility infielder Jose Peraza from the Braves. They also get first baseman Michael Morse and starting pitcher Mat Latos from the Marlins. The Dodgers sent several prospects to both teams. First baseman Hector Olivera, lefty Paco Rodriguez and starting pitcher Zachary Bird head to Atlanta while pitchers Victor Araujo and Angel Guzman go to Miami. The keys are Wood and Latos, who will likely immediately join the Los Angeles rotation, as well as Johnson, who has been used as the Atlanta closer. The 24-year-old Wood hasn't performed as well this season as he did in 2014, but he is 7-6 with a 3.54 ERA and 90 strikeouts in 119 1/3 innings. Latos is 4-7 with a 4.48 ERA, but has come on strong. He has allowed just six earned runs in his last 26 innings pitched. Johnson has nine saves, but will almost certainly be used behind Dodgers closer Kenley Jansen.

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