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José Enrique Ramrez is a Major League Baseball third baseman for the Cleveland Guardians. On November 26, 2009, he signed as an amateur free agent with the Indians, and on September 1, 2013, he made his MLB debut.

While playing second base, shortstop, and left field in addition to third base in 2016, Ramrez set career highs with a.312 batting average, 46 doubles, and 22 stolen bases.

José Ramírez
José Ramírez

He also played a key role in the Indians’ first World Series participation in 19 years. Ramrez was named the Bob Feller Man of the Year Award winner as a result (the equivalent of the team Most Valuable Player award).

Ramirez was named to the MLB All-Star Game in both 2017 and 2018, winning the Silver Slugger Award both years.

While leading the major leagues in 2017, he became the 19th player in history to hit at least 56 doubles in a single season. To enter the 2019 season, he hit 39 home runs and swiped 34 bases.

Ramrez, a Dominican Prospect League player, was born in Ban. Ramrez and other unsigned prospects visited the Cleveland Indians’ Dominican facility in Boca Chica in 2009, when he was 17 years old, and an Indians scout recognized him.

He received a $50,000 signing bonus when he joined the Indians.


Ramrez sat out the 2010 season before making his professional debut with the Rookie-level Arizona Indians in 2011. In 48 games, he batted .325.

How Old Is José Ramírez?

José Ramírez is 29 years old. He was born on September 17, 1992.