Mayky Perez to take part in the Perfect Game 2012 WWBA World Championship in Jupiter, Fl

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The 15th annual Perfect Game WWBA World Championship through October 25-29 2012 in Jupiter Fl., this event is the top scouting attraction in all of amateur baseball. Almost every top prospect in the country attends each year, along with 700+ MLB scouts and college coaches. Former PG WWBA Alumni consist of MLB players Bryce Harper, Mike Trout, Manny Machado, Eric Hosmer, Prince Fielder, Jayson Hayward and Clayton Kershaw just to name a few of the 282 former participants.

 

Mayky Perez will throw FRIDAY, October 26th at 12:40pm.
He has been placed on team “Perfect Game Vegas Gold” and he is scheduled to start against “Texas Scout Team Yankees” Field “Blue 4″ at the Roger Dean Complex in Jupiter, Florida. 1st pitch is scheduled for 12:40pm, this will be his only outing at the PG Tournament, and he should throw anywhere between 35-45 pitches.

 

Mayky Perez-RHP

Mayky Perez is ready for the Perfect Game WWBA Championship and looking forward to the challenge of facing the best players in the United States. His showing at the PG All-America Game at Petco Park in San Diego, Ca. wasn’t his best outing but he battled and showed he could compete with players that where older and more polished than what he’s used to seeing in the Dominican Republic. Perez from San Pedro de Macoris is 16 years old and stands 6’5″ 210lb, he throws from a 3/4 arm slot and does it easy. Mayky’s delivery is polished for a 16 year old hurler with a solid Curveball and Change-up, he’s a rarity that develops once every so often in the Dominican Republic. The ball explodes out of his hand, his Fastball sits at 89-92 (93) mph, and he shows command most knee high around the dish with over powering downhill life. His Curveball has tight rotation with hard biting action; it shows signs of being a plus pitch in the future. Mayky is a competitor who has confidence in his stuff; he can also be his worst enemy by trying to over throw and rely on his fastball too much. The young hurler has a lot to learn but there’s no doubting the body, tools and makeup.

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