Although he’s slated to be a “super-utility” player, Milwaukee’s Hernan Perez is looking like he could be more than that when the regular season begins. Playing in seven spring games so far, an adjustment to his swing worked which was out over the winter has resulted in Perez hitting .450 with eight runs batted in. It’s not impossible he will emerge as the Brewers’ starting second baseman. Milwaukee lost to the Chicago White Sox Tuesday 6-4. The Brewers play the Royals today.