Jose Ramirez

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Jose 'Racetrack' Ramirez
Montreal Metros— No. 21
Left fielder
Born: (1994-01-15) January 15, 1994 (age 28)
at Moa, Cuba
Bats: Left Throws: Left
Bull League statistics
(through 2017)
AVG .308
Hits 195
RBI 107
Teams
Career highlights
  • 1x MVP


Jose 'Racetrack' Ramirez is a Cuban professional baseball left fielder who currently plays for the Montreal Metros in the Bull League's Lake League (LL). He made his major-level debut with the Metros in 2016.[1]

Team History

Montreal Metros

Ramirez was signed as an international amateur out of Cuba in 2012. Initially ranked as the #32 prospect in the Bull Baseball League, he quickly rose when he joined what was then the rookie-level affiliate Surrey Rage, the following season. He showed signs of having some power potential through his pro debut season, in 2013, hitting 8 home runs in 60 games, as well as some speed, with ten steals.[1]

The next year, he was named #1 prospect before the season began. He started in A-level with the Winnipeg Gophers and quickly advanced up the levels, going to AA-level Cedar Defenders after just 37 games with the Gophers, where he hit .344 and had 8 long balls with 30 RBIs, and 17 steals. At Cedar, he stayed for just 8 games before making the jump to AAA-level Vaughan Peppers. His hot hitting continued with Cedar, then with Vaughan, going .355 at AA-level and later .294 at AAA-level.[1]

In 2016, he made the cut at spring training and was on the 25-man roster for the Metros, playing a full 82 games in left field, hitting .272/.330/.477 for an OPS of .807. He was named to the Lake League All-Star team in his rookie year, and won a Platinum Glove Award for his defensive skills.[1]

Team 2: 1993-1995

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 LF Jose 'Racetrack' Ramirez #21'. BNN. http://bullleague.org/public_html/bull-league/reports/html/players/player_3106.html. Accessed: 22 September 2017.