Ramón Laureano Height: How Tall Is Ramón Laureano?

In an early-season game against the Boston Red Sox in April 2019, he showed off his impressive throwing arm. He had three outfield assists in a four-game series, each more remarkable than the last.

There were others who began to refer to him as “Laser Ramon,” in honor of former wresting superstar “Razor Ramon,” after the A’s won three out of the four games.

Against the Toronto Blue Jays on April 21, he added to his highlight reel as he reached over the fence and robbed Teoscar Hernandez of a home run.

He then turned and threw to first base, but C To complete the double play, Nick Hundley threw out Justin Smoak at second base with one throw from behind him.

It was an especially significant catch for Mike Fiers, who was pitching a no-hitter that day, that he made on May 7th against the Cincinnati Reds at Oakland Coliseum, preventing Joey Votto from hitting a home run.

His final stats were: 123 games, .288 average, 24 home runs, 67 RBIs. It was virtually exactly the same as his first year’s OPS+ of 128.

Against the Tampa Bay Rays in the Wild Card Game, he went 1 for 3 with an RBI. The A’s lost the game for the second year in a row.

How Tall Is Ramón Laureano?

Ramón Laureano’s height is 1.8 m.