Heliot Lemuel Ramos Lebrón, simply called Heliot Ramos is a Puerto Rican born professional baseball outfielder who currently plays for the San Francisco Giants baseball team. He has a height of 1.83m and often wears the number 80 jersey when playing on the field.
He was born on September 7, 1999, at Maunabo in Puerto Rico. He is related to Héctor Ramos, a well known professional soccer player and an all-time top scorer in the Puerto Rican national team and the younger brother of Henry Ramos who also happens to be a professional baseball player.
He had his high school education and career at Leadership Christian Academy located in Guaynabo in Puerto Rico. Apart from playing for his high school team, he also played for the Las Lomas Potros travel ball club based in Puerto Rico.
After high school, he went to Florida International University where he was committed to playing college baseball. Heliot as of 2016, was the Most Valuable Player Under Armour All-America Baseball Game.
In 2017, the San Francisco Giants selected him in the first round of the 19th overall selection in the 2017 MLB draft. He signed with the Giants and began his professional career playing for the Arizona League Giants of the Rookie-level Arizona League.
In June 2021, the Giants chose him to play in the All-Star Futures Game. The following month that same year, he was promoted to the Sacramento River Cats.
Heliot Ramos Parents: Who Are Heliot Ramos Parents?
Currently, there is no information on who Heliot’s parents are.