José Ramírez Stats
- Height / Weight
- 5' 9" / 190 lbs.
- Date of Birth (Age)
- 9/17/1992 (31)
José Ramírez Season Stats
Last 10 Games
José Ramírez News
Cleveland Guardians third baseman Jose Ramirez went 2-for-5 with a home run, two runs scored, two RBI, a walk, and a stolen base in a 10-7 extra-innings win over the Toronto Blue Jays on Sunday. J-Ram filled up the stat sheet in this contest, highlighted by his two-run homer off Yusei Kikuchi in the top of the third inning. He added a single, a stolen base, a walk, and another run scored as well. Ramirez has been a bit of a letdown, as far as RBI are concerned, this season but that's primarily due to team context. Overall, he's been one of the better third basemen in fantasy and will look to finish strong as the playoffs are fast approaching. The veteran third baseman is slashing .279/.353/.489 with 21 home runs, 71 RBI, and 21 stolen bases over 487 at-bats on the season.
Cleveland Guardians third baseman Jose Ramirez has had his suspension reduced from three games to two, and he will begin serving his suspension on Saturday. Ramirez was appealing MLB's suspension for his involvement in a brawl with the Chicago White Sox last Saturday in which he dropped Tim Anderson with a right hook after a slide into second base. Fantasy managers won't have the 30-year-old All-Star available for the rest of the weekend series against the Tampa Bay Rays, but he should be back in action on Tuesday to face the Cincinnati Reds. J-Ram has once again been a set-and-forget fantasy commodity for lineups in 2023. He's hitting .282/.357/.487 with an .844 OPS, 18 home runs, 65 RBI, 18 stolen bases and 68 runs scored in his 439 at-bats.
Cleveland Guardians third baseman Jose Ramirez has been suspended three games by Major League Baseball for his part in Saturday night's brawl with the Chicago White Sox and shortstop Tim Anderson, according to sources. Ramirez is appealing the suspension and will remain in the lineup at third base and in the three-hole on Monday against the Toronto Blue Jays, so fantasy managers should keep him in their lineups to start the week. The 30-year-old took a blind right hook that landed on Anderson's jaw and knocked him to the ground before things were broken up on Saturday night. Fantasy managers need to keep in mind that J-Ram could miss some games at some point this week, but as long as he's playing, he's a must-start in all fantasy lineups.
It was another studly year for J-Ram (.278/.353/.512, 29 HR, 20 SB, 129 RBI), and he put that line up despite playing hurt for half of the year. A hand injury suffered in June undeniably affected his power production negatively, as he posted an uncharacteristic 5.3% Brl% from June 1st on (he was 9.8% prior). Being able to post a stud fantasy season while not even fully healthy is another feather in his cap; Ramirez has been a top-five fantasy player for several years now. In 2021, he hit 36 homers with 27 steals and a .266 batting average, which was one of the best fantasy seasons we have seen in recent memory. Ramirez did have surgery on his hand after the season, but he's expected to make a full recovery and be good to go for Opening Day. The five-category ability and the history of success we have seen make him an easy top-five pick in 2023, and the fact that the third base position is so shallow once again puts him in the running to be the number one overall pick in my book.