Born September 25th, 1996... Majoring in Finance... Aspires to become a Major League Baseball player ... Chose PBA for many reasons: close to home, environment, the coaches and baseball program ... Favorite Major League Baseball team is the St. Louis Cardinals ... Favorite athlete is LeBron James... Favorite Bible verse is Luke 1:37... Son of Hilda and Rudy Perez... Has one brother: Rudy, Jr.
Marcos split time with Ryan Johnson as the team’s starting catcher, catching in 23 games behind the plate in his sophomore season … finished with a .247 batting average, going 21-for-85 at the plate … scored 21 runs on the season, and hat a 3-for-6 day with three runs scored against Embry-Riddle on Feb. 11 … threw out 41 percent (13 of 32) of runners stealing on the season … also picked off four runners on the bases.
Played in 14 games on the season with eight starts overall…made six starts at catcher and two as DH…batted .333 overall on the season with 13 hits…drove in five overall…picked up first career hit against Colorado Christian (2/8) and also had first multi-hit game against the Cougars…picked up first extra base hit in first start, against Barry (2/23).
Graduated from Belen Jesuit High School where he played catcher for Jerry Albert... Named Most Valuable Player in 2014-15... Nominated to the Miami Dade All-Star Game... Also named to the Honor Roll for four years.