Eduardo is currently a baseball analyst for ESPN, appearing frequently on the network’s high-profile baseball studio show “Baseball Tonight.” He also serves as a game analyst for ESPN’s Monday Night Baseball. In addition to his MLB work, Eduardo is the main game analyst for ESPN’s coverage of the College World Series.
In 2016, in addition to his work on ESPN, Eduardo became a game analyst for the Florida Marlins on Fox Sports Florida.
Prior to joining ESPN, Eduardo served as the bench coach for the Houston Astros. For the 2011 and 2012 seasons, Eduardo was the hitting coach for the Florida Marlins.
Prior to joining the Marlins, Eduardo was a Major League Baseball analyst for ESPN. Eduardo joined ESPN in 2007 to serve as one of their analysts on Baseball Tonight. He also served as the game analyst for the 2007 AAA All-Star game and appeared on Little League regional games. Eduardo also appeared on ESPN during the 2006 MLB playoffs.
Eduardo started his baseball career with the California Angels. He then played for the Cincinnati Reds, St. Louis Cardinals, Tampa Bay Devil Rays, and in his final season (2006), he split time with the Cleveland Indians and Seattle Mariners.
Eduardo, who is the son of MLB Hall of Famer Tony Perez, resides with his family in Miami.