Jose Ramirez is a professional baseball third baseman for the Cleveland Guardians of Major League Baseball (MLB). He signed with the Indians as an amateur free agent on November 26, 2009, and made his MLB debut on September 1, 2013.
He did not play in 2010 and made his professional baseball debut in 2011 with the Arizona Indians of the Arizona League Rookie Division. It was his best season, with a batting average of.325 (48 games).
After that, he played in the Dominican Winter League for the Toros del Este. Class A-Short Season New York-Penn League (Mahoning Valley Scrappers) and Class A Midwest League (Lake County Captains) teams in 2012.
In the Class AA Eastern League, he made his debut with the Akron Aeros. He made his MLB debut on September 1, 2013, when the Indians moved him to the big leagues.
In the ninth inning, he came up as a pinch runner and scored on Mike Avilés’ game-winning grand slam. On September 9, against the Kansas City Royals, Ramirez hit his first major league hit, a single to left field, off of Royals starter Ervin Santana.
The following night, Ramirez had his first two-hit game in the majors, with a single off of Wade Davis in the seventh inning.
What Nationality Is Jose Ramirez?
The national of Jose Ramirez is Domincan. Jose was born in Bani. The Dominican Republic’s Peravia Province is home to the city of Ban, the country’s capital. The southern Valdesia region’s commercial and manufacturing hub.
The city of Santo Domingo, the country’s capital, is 65 kilometers away.
Southcentral National Police Headquarters, Central Regional Directorate of Agriculture, and South Regional Directorate of Traffic Safety and Land Transportation are all located in Ban (DIGESETT).