A career .235 hitter through just 156 games played, Hernan Perez was selected in the 2007 Amateur Free Agent draft by the Tigers and earned his first MLB appearance in 2012.

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Ten days after outrighting Hernan Perez, the Milwaukee Brewers have re-signed the utility infielder to a minor-league deal.

The 24-year-old Venezuela native had five stolen bases and recorded 64 hits in 263 at-bats with one home run, 14 runs scored and 21 RBI for a .243 average for the Brewers in 2015.

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Perez was an early-season add last year after playing in just 20 games for the Detroit Tigers, before being claimed on waivers by Milwaukee.