Perkins was reassigned to minor league camp Friday.
There was a bit of buzz that the 26-year-old could win a bench spot, but Perkins has lost that clash. He produced an intriguing season with Triple-A Lehigh Valley in 2016, going .292/.329/.419 with eight home runs and 11 stolen bases in 408 at-bats. Dynasty fantasy players should keep an eye on whether the older farmhand can build on that.
Perkins is competing for the fifth outfield spot with Chris Coghlan, Daniel Nava and Brock Stassi. He's considered a bit of a long shot for the job, but he can improve his chances if he keeps performing like he did Friday. Perkins, 26, slashed .292/.329/.419 with eight home runs and 11 stolen bases last season at Triple-A Lehigh Valley.
Perkins was sent back to Double-A last season after he struggled in his first exposure to Triple-A in 2014. However, he's off to a solid start this season and has been seeing time at all three outfield spots. He may be next in line for an opportunity with the
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