On September 1, 2013, the Indians promoted Ramirez to the main leagues, and he made his MLB debut that day. During the ninth inning, he came in as a pinch runner and scored on Mike Avilés’ game-winning grand slam.
Ramirez hit his first major league hit against the Kansas City Royals on September 9th, when he grounded a single to left field off Royals starter Ervin Santana in the third inning.
Later in the same game, Ramirez got his first multi-hit game in the majors by producing a single off reliever Wade Davis in the seventh inning.
Ramirez started the 2014 season in the minors, where he hit.319/.363/.484 in 105 plate appearances.
As Indians second baseman Jason Kipnis went on the disabled list, he was promoted to the major leagues on May 1. On May 20, once Kipnis was restored, Ramrez was sent back to the minors. Ramirez was, however, recalled before the 23rd of July.
After the Indians traded shortstop Asdrubal Cabrera, Ramirez started seeing regular playing time at shortstop on July 31. On August 9, in his first career three-hit game, he hit his first home run. In 237 at-bats, Ramirez hit.262.
He got 62 hits and tied for fourth on the team with 10 steals.
Ramirez was named to his first Opening Day roster in 2015. On Opening Day, he started at shortstop and batted ninth. On April 10, he also started the Indians’ home opener.
In the team’s debut game at the freshly refurbished Progressive Field, Ramirez went 1-for-4.
How Tall Is José Ramírez?
José Ramírez stands at a height is 1.75 m