Dallas Morning News "Eager to remove his family from the unstable situation in Venezuela, left-hander Martin Perez agreed Thursday to a contract extension with favorable terms for the Rangers. Perez is guaranteed $12.5 million over four seasons. If the Rangers exercise all three option years, Perez would earn..." November 08
#Rangers have agreed to terms with LHP Martin Perez on a 4-year contract through 2017 w/ club options for 2018, 2019 and 2020.
Fort Worth Star-Telegram "The loss of Nelson Cruz is going to bite the Texas Rangers’ offense at some point over the next few months but nothing much has changed for the five pitchers in the starting rotation. After all runs have been hard to come by much of the season. Their task is to give their team a chance..." August 06
CBSSports.com "The Rangers, Indians and Diamondbacks are among several teams in on the sweepstakes for Cubs right-hander Matt Garza, the clear No. 1 pitcher on the trade market, while the Red Sox are a team that's said to be thinking about it. The Rangers, a team deep in prospects, with a rotation in flux (Yu..." July 17
Fort Worth Star-Telegram "The hottest hitter in the major leagues once again is Adrian Beltre, who can carry a team when his big bat is churning out the home runs and RBIs the way it has been the past two weeks. But his contributions have come to be expected since he was signed as a free agent before the 2011 season...." July 10
Martin Perez will start Saturday for Rangers. Tepesch Sunday and Darvish Tuesday.
ESPN Dallas "A victim in the postponement of Wednesday's Rangers-Diamondbacks game is Texas pitcher Martin Perez. Unplayable field conditions caused by heavy rain led to the postponement. During the storm that included lightning, gusty winds and heavy rains, the infield was soaked while the grounds crew..." May 30
Dallas Morning News "Left-hander Martin Perez returned to the Texas Rangers’ clubhouse on Monday morning in good spirits despite an injury that will sideline him for about two months. Perez incurred a hairline fracture of the ulna bone in the left forearm when hit by a line drive during an appearance on Sunday..." March 04
Dallas Morning News "Texas Rangers left-hander Martin Perez, a leading candidate to be the fifth starter, will miss more than four weeks because of a fractured ulna bone in the left forearm. Perez was hit by a liner from Seattle's Brad Miller in the sixth inning of Sunday's game. Perez crumpled to the ground in pain...." March 04
Dallas Morning News "Texas Rangers left-hander Martin Perez, a leading candidate to be the fifth starter, will miss more than four weeks because of a fractured ulna bone in the left forearm. Perez was hit by a liner from Seattle's Brad Miller in the sixth inning of Sunday's game. Perez crumpled to the ground in..." March 03
Fort Worth Star-Telegram "Martin Perez could have felt jilted, but he didn’t. He understood why the Texas Rangers went with Justin Grimm over him when they needed a starter in mid-June last season. Forget that Perez has been the Rangers’ top pitching prospect since 2009 and Grimm was a work in progress as a fifth-round..." February 26