Tony Perez

Tony Perez
Birthdate 5/14/1942
Death Date
Debut Year 1964
Year of Induction 2000
Teams Expos, Phillies, Red Sox, Reds
Positions First Base, Third Base

The Most Valuable Player of the 1967 All Star game, Tony Perez was a seven-time All Star, and the 1980 Lou Gehrig Memorial Award recipient.

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Tony Perez hit .435 with a .500 on-base percentage in the 1972 World Series

Tony Perez hit .435 with a .500 on-base percentage in the 1972 World Series

Tony Perez was a vital cog in the Big Red Machine of the 1970s. He helped Cincinnati reach the postseason in five of the first seven years of the 1970s. He also played into October with the 1983 Phillies. Perez’s finest performance in a postseason series came in the ’72 World Series. Against the
This is the lineup card from the game that Robin Yount passed Tony Perez on the all-time doubles list

This is the lineup card from the game that Robin Yount passed Tony Perez on the all-time doubles list

Tony Perez spent 23 years in the big leagues on his way to a Hall of Fame career. His numbers are impressive. The two-time World Series champ finished with 2,732 hits, 505 doubles, 379 homers, and 1,652 RBI. One of the players who passed him on the hits and doubles list is Brewers Hall of Famer Robi
Tony Perez worked for the Marlins front office after retirement

Tony Perez worked for the Marlins front office after retirement

As a member of the Florida Marlins’ front office, Tony Perez routinely traveled with the club. This picture was taken on August 11, 1998 when the Marlins beat the Dodgers 8-6 for one of their 54 wins in the 108-loss season. Three years later, Perez took over as the Florida skipper and helped them to a 54-60 record. Perez piloted the Reds eight years earlier
Tony Perez reached Cooperstown in 2000 after nine years on the ballot

Tony Perez reached Cooperstown in 2000 after nine years on the ballot

It’s only fitting that Tony Perez signed this Hall of Fame stationary in red after spending each of his seven All Star campaigns in Cincinnati. Driving in 90 or more runs in twelve seasons, Perez tallied seven years with at least 100 RBI. During the 1970s, only teammate Johnny Bench totaled mo

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