Jose Enrique Ramirez is a Dominican professional baseball player for the Cleaveland Guardians of the Major League Baseball(MLB). Ramirez was born in September 1992 and is currently 30 years old. He plays for the Cleveland as an infielder and the third baseman. Ramirez is the second known Dominican professional baseball player.
Jose Ramirez has a healthy body weighing 66kg, a height of 5 feet,7 inches, and a zodiac sign of Virgo.
He was signed with the Indians as an amateur free agent in 2009 where he helped them to win the first World Series in 19 years. After, he managed to make his Major league Baseball debut on September,1,2013. In 2017, Ramirez was able to get selected for the MLBAll-Star Game in 2017 and 2018. He also managed to win the Silver Slugger Award for both years.
He became the 19th player to hit a minimum of 56 doubles in only one season in history while leading the Major leagues in 2017. The player is also noted for the amount he earned from during his signing with the Cleaveland Indians which was $ 26,000,000 and a $2,000,000 signature bonus. He earned $4.5 million in salary and has an estimated net worth of $5 million by 2019 most of which he earned from his baseball career