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Thursday, November 01, 2012

Calcaterra: Report: Pascual Perez murdered in his home in the Dominican Republic

As we have all learned over the years, initial reports of celebrity deaths are often wrong. One hopes that is the case here, but as of now, two Spanish language newspapers are reporting that former major league pitcher Pascual Perez was murdered in a robbery in his home this morning in the Dominican Republic.

The reports come from the Dominican Republic newspapers “Hoy,” and “Diaro Libre,” each of which report that Perez was killed by an intruder in his home during a robbery in the early morning hours. We will update with any further confirmation, including any English-language reports that come out. UPDATE: The official Twitter of the Montreal Expos (note: how can a non-existent team’s Twitter be official?) is saying the reports are true.

Perez was one of the game’s great characters and unique talents. He compiled a 67-68 record with a 3.44 ERA and 822 strikeouts in 1244.1 innings for the Pirates, Braves, Expos and Yankees between 1980 and 1991. He may have been better known for his non-pitching exploits, however.

Thanks to Parky.

Repoz Posted: November 01, 2012 at 10:11 AM | 59 comment(s) Login to Bookmark
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   1. BochysFingers Posted: November 01, 2012 at 10:14 AM (#4289899)
Woah. RIP
   2. SG Posted: November 01, 2012 at 10:24 AM (#4289913)
He was an entertaining player to watch. RIP.
   3. bobm Posted: November 01, 2012 at 10:26 AM (#4289916)
Never saw him get lost. RIP.
   4. asinwreck Posted: November 01, 2012 at 10:28 AM (#4289921)
Thoughts to Melido and the rest of the Perez family. Hope Pascual found his destination.
   5. Tom Nawrocki Posted: November 01, 2012 at 10:40 AM (#4289934)
This is horrible. Pascual was a really fun player to follow, on the field and off.
   6. Harvey Berkman Posted: November 01, 2012 at 10:42 AM (#4289937)
According to article, he was machete'd to death, and that he had just begun collecting his MLB pension, which may have been the motive of the robbery.
   7. Dag Nabbit is part of the zombie horde Posted: November 01, 2012 at 10:47 AM (#4289946)
He had an extremely colorful career.

With the Pirates (yes, he came up with the Pirates), he challenged Reggie Smith to a fight mid-game - and they had a fight beneath the stands with both teams watching. All this mid-game. The umps had to go find everyone to get the game back going on.

He famously drove around Atlanta three times because he kept missing the exit.

He initiated maybe the ugliest bean brawl of the last 50 years in a 1984 Padres-Braves game

From the last link:

Ejections: Kurt Bevacqua by Steve Rippley; Greg Booker by Steve
Rippley; Bobby Brown by Steve Rippley; Tim Flannery by Steve Rippley; SD Coach
Jack Krol by Steve Rippley; Craig Lefferts by Steve Rippley; Graig Nettles by
Steve Rippley; Champ Summers by Steve Rippley; SD Coach Ozzie Virgil by Steve
Rippley; Ed Whitson by Steve Rippley; SD Manager Dick Williams by Steve Rippley;
Steve Bedrosian by Steve Rippley; Rick Mahler by Steve Rippley; Donnie Moore
by Steve Rippley; Gerald Perry by Steve Rippley; ATL Manager Joe Torre by Steve
Rippley


   8. Random Transaction Generator Posted: November 01, 2012 at 10:58 AM (#4289959)
With the Pirates (yes, he came up with the Pirates), he challenged Reggie Smith to a fight mid-game - and they had a fight beneath the stands with both teams watching. All this mid-game. The umps had to go find everyone to get the game back going on.


I had never heard this story before. I have to imagine that all the other players acted like school kids and were yelling "Fight! Fight! Fight!" the entire time.
   9. Tim Wallach was my Hero Posted: November 01, 2012 at 11:05 AM (#4289972)
RIP.

When I was a kid and Expo fan, I just loved him. He was entertaining. And he threw a "balle arc-en-ciel" (Rainbow ball?) [edit: just checked. It seems to be called an eepheus pitch.]

He initiated maybe the ugliest bean brawl of the last 50 years in a 1984 Padres-Braves game

Here's the video.
   10. Fernigal McGunnigle has become a merry hat Posted: November 01, 2012 at 11:12 AM (#4289981)
Aw, hell. He was one of the most unique guys around and was on the Braves teams that were my introduction to strong fandom. His resurrection in Montreal was one of the best stories of the late '80s. A genuine odd duck. RIP.
   11. You Know Nothing JT Snow (YR) Posted: November 01, 2012 at 11:19 AM (#4289990)
Wow, so sad. I saw so many of his games when he was with the Braves. So many of those 80s Braves seem like old friends thanks to TBS.
   12. Matt Clement of Alexandria Posted: November 01, 2012 at 11:23 AM (#4289996)
That's awful. I remember me and my dad had him on our fantasy team back in 1991. I got to watch him once on national tv, he was so crazy and so fun.
   13. Gamingboy Posted: November 01, 2012 at 11:24 AM (#4289997)
Ugh, so tragic to hear of anybody seeing their lives end so early and so violently.
   14. dr. scott Posted: November 01, 2012 at 11:27 AM (#4289999)
Great memories. I have no memory of that fight, but that was the team I followed as a kid. I remember Perez getting lost and almost missing a start, and I'm pretty sure the umpires one day made him remove some of his necklaces, as he was "over golded".

Good times.

RIP Pascal.
   15. Hello Rusty Kuntz, Goodbye Rusty Cars Posted: November 01, 2012 at 11:29 AM (#4290000)
I think Jay Johnstone wrote about the Dodgers-Pirates fight in Temporary Insanity. He wrote something about running back there ready to kick some ass, but then trying to look cool and lean against a wall when he saw how "big and black" the Pirates were.

The Perez brothers had fairly similar careers. All three were pretty good around age 26. Melido and Carlos last pitched in the major leagues when they were 29. Pascual had a horrible year at 28 and didn't pitch when he was 29. He did come back for five good years (though only two of them were full seasons) from 30-34.
   16. Callum Posted: November 01, 2012 at 11:33 AM (#4290006)
Wow, first Ivan Calderon and now Pascual Perez. It's the curse of Dominican former-Expos.
   17. Al Peterson Posted: November 01, 2012 at 12:08 PM (#4290038)
From the video in #9 you see Champ Summers, a major player in the brawl, who also just passed away a month ago.
   18. OsunaSakata Posted: November 01, 2012 at 12:19 PM (#4290056)
It's the curse of Dominican former-Expos.


That's really specific and rare - like an opinionated Primate. Dominican former-Expos include Vladimir Guerrero and Pedro Martinez.
   19. Bring Me the Head of Alfredo Griffin (Vlad) Posted: November 01, 2012 at 12:25 PM (#4290059)
Perez pitched against the Pirates a lot when I was first becoming a fan, and he never took it easy on them. I hated losing to him, but I always respected his talent.

Games he was pitching were never boring.
   20. charityslave is thinking about baseball Posted: November 01, 2012 at 12:27 PM (#4290064)
I had never seen the video of that fight. That was crazy. I counted 3 fans jumping onto the field to join the melee, but there were probably more. What on Earth were they thinking? A different time, I guess.

And RIP, Pascual. I hope you are at peace now.
   21. just plain joe Posted: November 01, 2012 at 12:30 PM (#4290069)
What on Earth were they thinking? A different time, I guess.


Detectives think alcohol was involved.


RIP Pascual.
   22. RMc's desperate, often sordid world Posted: November 01, 2012 at 12:38 PM (#4290078)
From the video in #9 you see Champ Summers, a major player in the brawl, who also just passed away a month ago.

And they all look so skinny compared to modern players -- it's like watching the junior varsity teams go at it.
   23. Hello Rusty Kuntz, Goodbye Rusty Cars Posted: November 01, 2012 at 12:56 PM (#4290110)
That's really specific and rare - like an opinionated Primate. Dominican former-Expos include Vladimir Guerrero and Pedro Martinez.


Calderon was Puerto Rican though. If it's just an Expo curse, it also applies to Gary Carter and Hideki Irabu.
   24. Moeball Posted: November 01, 2012 at 01:00 PM (#4290115)
From the video in #9 you see Champ Summers, a major player in the brawl, who also just passed away a month ago.


The really weird thing about that brawl was every time they thought they had it broken up and the players settled down, some new melee would start. I also noted that when Summers ran towards the Atlanta dugout, as soon as he got close some fans started throwing things at him, too - and I did see in the video a couple of fans getting arrested as well. Craaazy times.
   25. Tom Nawrocki Posted: November 01, 2012 at 01:00 PM (#4290116)
And they all look so skinny compared to modern players


Except for John McSherry, who looks exactly like Chris Christie.

I didn't see it on that video, but I seem to remember Ed Whitson coming out of the Padres clubhouse at one point with no shirt on.
   26. SoSH U at work Posted: November 01, 2012 at 01:15 PM (#4290138)
The really weird thing about that brawl was every time they thought they had it broken up and the players settled down, some new melee would start. I also noted that when Summers ran towards the Atlanta dugout, as soon as he got close some fans started throwing things at him, too - and I did see in the video a couple of fans getting arrested as well. Craaazy times.


The other weird thing was that after the initial plunking (which sure as hell looked intentional), Perez and Lefferts appeared to be completely uninvolved in the brawl.
   27. Hello Rusty Kuntz, Goodbye Rusty Cars Posted: November 01, 2012 at 01:22 PM (#4290143)
Donnie Moore relieved Perez in that game and hit the only batter he faced.
   28. Jose Can Still Seabiscuit Posted: November 01, 2012 at 01:39 PM (#4290156)
I have recollection of This Week In Baseball doing a lengthy piece on that brawl. Sports Illustrated definitely had a big article on it. It was one of the wildest things I've ever seen.

RIP Pascual. You were fun.
   29. Jeltzandini Posted: November 01, 2012 at 01:47 PM (#4290160)
Announcer says "This is very close to getting out of control!" rather after that threshold had been crossed.

Padres had a lot of famous players that year (obviously partly they gained some fame because they won the NL). Dravecky, Garvey, Gossage, Wiggins, Templeton, McReynolds, Bochy, and Gwynn, all show up in that video. Braves were not so famous.

RIP Pascual.
   30. Dave Spiwak Posted: November 01, 2012 at 01:49 PM (#4290163)
The other weird thing was that after the initial plunking (which sure as hell looked intentional), Perez and Lefferts appeared to be completely uninvolved in the brawl.


Watch the video again -- Perez is actually backing out of the box to avoid the ball before Lefferts' release!

Also notable is that some of the rowdiest fans involved in the fracas aren't even wearing shoes! Were shoes not common in 1984? (I was barefoot a lot back then, but of course I was only 7...) And why do some of the skinny little high-schoolers playing baseball in that video have huge beards?!
   31. Jose Can Still Seabiscuit Posted: November 01, 2012 at 01:49 PM (#4290164)
Padres had a lot of famous players that year (obviously partly they gained some fame because they won the NL). Dravecky, Garvey, Gossage, Wiggins, Templeton, McReynolds, Bochy, and Gwynn, all show up in that video. Braves were not so famous.


They aren't famous now but I'd bet that at the time of the fight the Braves players were better known or at least as well known as the Padre players. The reach of TBS back then was tremendous. Back then most of the people I knew followed two teams closely; your local team and either the Braves or the Cubs depending on which "Superstation" your cable company provided (assuming you had cable).
   32. My name is Votto, and I love to get blotto Posted: November 01, 2012 at 01:52 PM (#4290166)
Tim Flannery, too. From the Braves I recognized Rick Camp, Chris Chambliss, and Bob Horner, who comes out of the dugout to protect Perez. Horner's rocking a Curt Hennig-esque jeri-curl.

I also liked how the announcer said, "it's good there's a fan down on the field, both teams will turn on the fan"
   33. My name is Votto, and I love to get blotto Posted: November 01, 2012 at 01:54 PM (#4290167)
Wow, watching the video deeper, evidently the Padres threw at Perez in four straight at-bats.
   34. The Buddy Biancalana Hit Counter Posted: November 01, 2012 at 01:55 PM (#4290170)
And they all look so skinny compared to modern players -- it's like watching the junior varsity teams go at it.

Wasn't it in '84 that Sparky Anderson methodically belittled Lance Parrish for having lifted weights all off-season and shown up to Spring Training with muscles?
   35. Tom Nawrocki Posted: November 01, 2012 at 01:56 PM (#4290173)
Dale Murphy is in there too, and he was one of the most famous players in baseball at the time. Plus Torre, of course.
   36. DA Baracus Posted: November 01, 2012 at 01:57 PM (#4290176)
He famously drove around Atlanta three times because he kept missing the exit.


If that happened today it would take him 17 hours.
   37. odds are meatwad is drunk Posted: November 01, 2012 at 02:01 PM (#4290180)
Steve Garvey sighting!
   38. Mike A Posted: November 01, 2012 at 02:01 PM (#4290181)
Bob Horner actually came down from the press box, put on his uniform, then protected anyone from getting near Perez. All with a cast on his arm. You did not want to tangle with a grumpy Horner, which would probably be akin to fighting a cornered wolverine. A somewhat out-of-shape wolverine, but a wolverine just the same.

Sad news about Pascual. The early-80s Braves squads pretty much made me a lifelong baseball fan, and Perez was a big part of those teams. Looking back, it was a crazy mix of characters. You had the straight-laced guys like Dale Murphy and Bruce Benedict...and on the other side, you had the not-so-sane players like Perez and Al Hrabosky. They were a lot of fun to watch, no doubt.

RIP, Pascual.
   39. SG Posted: November 01, 2012 at 02:11 PM (#4290189)
   40. Ned Garvin: Male Prostitute Posted: November 01, 2012 at 02:20 PM (#4290195)
Back in the day two friends and I had the 1987, 1988, and 1989 versions of Pursue the Pennant. We would occasionally combine all three sets of players and have giant drafts of all the guys. Every time the first pitcher picked was Pascual Perez 1988. The second pitcher picked was always Pascual Perez 1987. He didn't pitch much those two years, but he was incredibly effective.

Also, the between-the-legs pickoff move was always entertaining.
   41. Clint Posted: November 01, 2012 at 02:55 PM (#4290213)
Bob Horner actually came down from the press box, put on his uniform, then protected anyone from getting near Perez. All with a cast on his arm.


This was the absolute best part of the brawl. Because of his injury, Horner had been in the press box doing guest color commentary. As tension was building, it was obvious that crap was about to go down. So, Horner quitely scooted out of the press box to prepare to join the mele. But it would have been unseemly for him to go on the field in street clothes, so he changed into his uniform first. Imagine the reaction at 1:15 of the video of the crowd watching on TBS when Summers goes charging toward the dugout after Perez, and Horner -- who we were just listening to five minutes earlier -- surprisingly pops out of the dugout in uniform to throw down. It's hard to overstate how riveting it was.
   42. Der-K and the statistical werewolves. Posted: November 01, 2012 at 03:01 PM (#4290221)
Pascual was a hoot (/ kind of creepy drugged out loon) and a definite part of my becoming a baseball fan. RIP, good sir.
   43. You Know Nothing JT Snow (YR) Posted: November 01, 2012 at 03:04 PM (#4290226)
Some awful jiu-jitsu on display there. Brazilian soccer riots have much better technique.
   44. Everybody Loves Tyrus Raymond Posted: November 01, 2012 at 03:49 PM (#4290270)
I had no idea the footage of that Padres-Braves game existed, especially in that high a quality. I wonder if they have the full game in the MLB archives somewhere ... I watched this game on WTBS, and it was wild to see Champ Summers getting hit with the beer again. Best brawl ever.
   45. dr. scott Posted: November 01, 2012 at 04:42 PM (#4290314)
i recognized so many Braves Players... chambliss, benedict, hubbard, murphy, torre, washington, horner (I had forgotten he was in a cast),bedrosian, perry, oberkfell. Id forgotten many of these names, but they roll off the tounge now... loved those braves.
   46. Tulo's Fishy Mullet (mrams) Posted: November 01, 2012 at 04:43 PM (#4290316)
That game had a bit of everything.
good future managers, bad future managers, multiple guys who died tragically in a few different ways (Moore, McSherry, Wiggins, Perez, was Show on that roster?).

It really played out like a fight on the school playground, the way it would start and stop up again in different parts of the playground, involving different parties.
   47. RMc's desperate, often sordid world Posted: November 01, 2012 at 07:25 PM (#4290452)
And they all look so skinny compared to modern players

Except for John McSherry, who looks exactly like Chris Christie.

I didn't see it on that video, but I seem to remember Ed Whitson coming out of the Padres clubhouse at one point with no shirt on.

Also notable is that some of the rowdiest fans involved in the fracas aren't even wearing shoes!


Skinny, shirtless ballplayers. Fat umpires. Shoeless fans.

Sometimes I miss the 80s so damn much...
   48. asinwreck Posted: November 01, 2012 at 07:39 PM (#4290462)
Yep, that was the year Show gave up Pete Rose's record-breaking hit.
   49. Hello Rusty Kuntz, Goodbye Rusty Cars Posted: November 01, 2012 at 08:04 PM (#4290475)
Yep, that was the year Show gave up Pete Rose's record-breaking hit.


That was the next year. Show did start game 1 of the NLCS that year though.
   50. crict Posted: November 01, 2012 at 08:14 PM (#4290478)
Tony Solaita is another former Expos who was murdered (way back in 1990).
   51. Fernigal McGunnigle has become a merry hat Posted: November 01, 2012 at 10:11 PM (#4290554)
Announcer says "This is very close to getting out of control!" rather after that threshold had been crossed.


That's Pete Van Wieren, and the late Skip Caray chimes in later. I'm getting a little teary-eyed watching this thing. If Ernie Johnson, Sr. comes on I'll probably lose it altogether.

EDIT: And a Brad Komminsk sighting!
   52. Perry Posted: November 02, 2012 at 12:30 AM (#4290653)
Wow, watching the video deeper, evidently the Padres threw at Perez in four straight at-bats.


Yeah, I remember watching that game. They did throw at him in every at bat. It was comical, after the initial warning every time they threw at him the pitcher and manager got ejected, by rule, so by the time they were able to actually hit him the "manager" was the assistant clubhouse attendant or someone.
   53. pep21 Posted: November 02, 2012 at 01:31 AM (#4290669)
I remember watching the Braves on TBS back in the day, when they gave us free baseball (cok suckers), Pascual covered first on a groundout to first and after getting the out he threw the ball to the right fielder. I guess to include the outfielders on the around the horn. What a character. RIP Pascual.
   54. puck Posted: November 02, 2012 at 02:35 AM (#4290684)
I had never heard this story before.


Me, neither. Reggie Smith seemed like one of the last guys you'd want to pick a fight with.
   55. Belfry Bob Posted: November 02, 2012 at 03:20 AM (#4290688)
So many memories watching that...I had worked in marketing for the Richmond Braves while in college, so many of those guys I actually knew...some a little, some more. Tony Brizzolara, Glenn Hubbard, Gerald Perry, Brad Komminsk, Bruce Benedict, Dale 'I'm back in Richmond because I can't throw the ball back to the pitcher' Murphy, Eddie Haas...wow...I know I will watch this a bunch of times.

Was very sorry to hear about Pascual. As many here have said, he was a unique talent.

Seeing Bob Horner makes me recall him being booed at a Richmond-Atlanta exhibition because he had refused a rehab assignment to Richmond earlier in the season, making some disparaging remarks about the city as he did so. Jim Bouton was pitching for the R-Braves in a sort of tryout (he'd been pitching batting practice and eventually in games that season, it was one of the joys of my baseball existence to get to chat with him a few times) and he struck Horner out with a nasty knuckler and got a huge ovation. He was called up to Atlanta soon after.

Not sure if it was that team or not, but one year the R-Braves entire infield consisted of guys who either had a decent length ML career or at least a few cups of coffee...Benedict at catcher, Perry at first, Hubbard at second, Ramirez at short, and Jacoby at third.

I recall Tony LaRussa playing in Richmond one year. Wore wristbands. Couldn't hit.

So many guys, so many stories. One of the two biggest busts who was an R-Brave prospect in the eighties was a guy in that video, Brad Komminsk. The other was Wayne Nordhagen. Both of them hyped as 'can't miss'...but they did.

Many great TBS years, too, especially the strike year when they showed Richmond games instead. (That was a really good team.) At the end-of-the-season awards, the announcers anointed W&G Moving and Storage frogs Winnie and Gus as 'Frogs of the Year.' (They were on an outfield sign, and there were lights in their eyes that would be lit when a Brave came to bat in accordance with how many hits he had..one eye, one hit, and so on.)

Good times.

Hang in there, Pascual. The exit you're looking for is coming up soon.
   56. Jose Canusee Posted: November 02, 2012 at 11:45 AM (#4290828)
Maybe it is the "skinny" players but Claudell Washington looks tall somewhere in the middle and he is 6'-0".

If Perez's attackers have not been brought to justice may they be doomed to an eternal circling of the perimeter highway.
   57. What did Billy Ripken have against ElRoy Face? Posted: November 02, 2012 at 06:13 PM (#4291205)
multiple guys who died tragically in a few different ways (Moore, McSherry, Wiggins, Perez, was Show on that roster?).


And a two-armed Dave Dravecky.
   58. Misirlou's been working for the drug squad Posted: November 02, 2012 at 06:27 PM (#4291219)
If it's just an Expo curse, it also applies to Gary Carter and Hideki Irabu.


And Jeff Reardon. OK, not technically dead, but not well either.
   59. Bob Meta-Meusel Posted: November 02, 2012 at 07:47 PM (#4291261)
Back in the day two friends and I had the 1987, 1988, and 1989 versions of Pursue the Pennant. We would occasionally combine all three sets of players and have giant drafts of all the guys. Every time the first pitcher picked was Pascual Perez 1988. The second pitcher picked was always Pascual Perez 1987. He didn't pitch much those two years, but he was incredibly effective.

Also, the between-the-legs pickoff move was always entertaining.


I, on the other hand, had the 1985 strat-o-matic set, and he was pretty much the worst starting pitcher in there. That just contributed to the fun though.

A unique character, and a horrible way for anyone to go. RIP.

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