Erasmo Ramírez Parents: Meet Erasmo José Ramírez and María Lourdes Olivera

Erasmo Major League Baseball pitcher José Ramrez Olivera is a native of Nicaragua, and now plays for the Nationals. Ramirez Olivera was born on May 2, 1990, in Los Angeles, California.

During the 2012 season, he made his MLB debut with the Seattle Mariners. Besides the Tampa Bay Rays, he has also played for the Boston Red Sox, New York Mets and Detroit Tigers in Major League Baseball.

He bats and throws right-handed stands at 5 feet 10 inches (1.78 meters) and weighs 215 pounds. He moved to San Salvador, El Salvador when he was twelve years old from Nicaragua, where he had been living with his parents.

He went to a school called Fundación Educando an un Salvadoreo while he was a student there. In addition to helping student-athletes with their academics, this school also helped them get ready for baseball and soccer season.

Ubaldo Heredia and Bob Engle of the Seattle Mariners were introduced to Ramirez by Jorge Bahaia, who had tracked him down.  Additionally, Engle signed players José López, Ryan Rowland-Smith, and Carlos Triunfels to the club.

Following the conclusion of the 2012 campaign, Ramirez was a member of the Nicaraguan national baseball team that competed in the qualifying round for the 2013 World Baseball Classic.

On October 29, 2018, it was announced that Ramirez would be participating in the 2018 Major League Baseball Japan All-Star Series.

Meet Erasmo José Ramírez and María Lourdes Olivera

His father, Erasmo José Ramrez, and his mother, Maria Lourdes Olivera, were the ones who first exposed their son to the world.

They have a lot of affection for Erasmo, but despite the fact that he is renowned, the world knows very little about them.