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TB Harold Ramirez
Tampa Bay Rays
1B: 6   OF: 13   DH: 91  
2024 Projected Value: $2
Based on 10-team AL-only league

Player Stats      Daily Log
2024 proj 391 118 50 9 60 19 73 4 0.302 29.7
2023 400 125 58 12 68 22 79 5 0.313 36.6
2022 403 121 46 6 59 19 72 3 0.300 26.6
2021 339 91 33 7 41 13 56 3 0.268 16.2

Player News XML
Date News
1/28/24 MLB rumors: Harold Ramirez getting shopped around by Rays after breakout 2023 campaign. Harold Ramirez had a breakout 2023 campaign with the Tampa Bay Rays . But with the Rays always tinkering with their roster, Ramirez has now found himself on the trade block. Ramirez has been playing for Tiburones in the Venezuelan Winter League. He has been taking reps at centerfield, increase his potential value for Tampa Bay in 2024. However, that potential may not come to fruition with the Rays as Ramirez has come up in trade conversations, via Jon Morosi of the MLB Network. The 2023 season saw Ramirez set new career-highs across the board in batting average (.313), home runs (12), RBI (68) and even stolen bases (5). He ranked second on the Rays in batting average and third in on-base percentage
1/08/24 MLB rumors: Rays looking to trade Harold Ramirez. There is a ton of uncertainty currently swirling around the Tampa Bay Rays, for reasons not just confined to the baseball product, but some things have gone quite predictably. The Rays have sold high on multiple players this offseason, as is the norm for the small-market club, completing three trades in less than a month. Tampa is “shopping” Harold Ramirez, according to The Athletic's Ken Rosenthal. Ramirez, who is primarily a designated hitter, has exceeded a .300 batting average in each of the last two seasons.
9/04/23 As Brayan Bello learns to settle down, he's settling in as a big part of Red Sox rotation. The 24-year-old righthander allowed three runs in the first inning of Monday afternoon's game against the Tampa Bay Rays, something that might have blown up his start earlier in his career. This time Bello was still on the mound in the sixth inning and protected a one-run lead by striking out Harold Ramirez to leave runners stranded at first and third. Bello popped off the mound and spun as he pumped his fist. Bello's line — 6 innings, 5 hits, 3 runs, 2 walks, and 7 strikeouts — did not reflect how well he pitched.

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