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2023 Batting

Batting Average
Home Runs
Runs Batted In
On-base Plus Slugging
Stolen Bases
Regular Season .242 0 4 .662 2

Top Henry Ramos News

  • Reds' Henry Ramos: Begins rehab assignment

    Ramos (hip) began a rehab assignment with Triple-A Louisville on Saturday.

    Ramos has been out for two weeks with a strained right hip. Prior to the injury, he hit a modest .242/.356/.306 in 18 games, so there's no guarantee he earns meaningful at-bats once he returns.

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  • Reds' Henry Ramos: Sidelined with strained hip

    Ramos was placed on the injured list with a strained hip Saturday, Charlie Goldsmith of The Cincinnati Enquirer reports.

    The injury may explain why Ramos found himself out of the lineup for the third time in four games, though his 85 wRC+ may sufficiently explain his lack of playing time on its own. His expected return date is unclear, and there's no guarantee he claims a starting role once he returns. Will Benson was recalled in a corresponding move.

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  • Reds' Henry Ramos: Sitting Saturday

    Ramos will be on the bench Saturday against the Yankees.

    Ramos had been featuring regularly at designated hitter and in the outfield corners but now finds himself sitting for the third time in four games. He's been getting on base well but showing minimal power, slashing .242/.356/.306, so it wouldn't be a surprise if his role continues to slip.

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  • Reds' Henry Ramos: Day off Wednesday

    Ramos will take a seat Wednesday versus the Rockies.

    Ramos will remain on the bench for a second straight contest Wednesday after he went 2-for-4 with a double and two runs scored in the series opener Monday. Jonathan India will take over at designated hitter while Kevin Newman draws the start at second base and bats fifth in the series finale with Colorado.

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  • Reds' Henry Ramos: Late add to lineup

    Ramos was a late addition to Saturday's lineup against the White Sox, hitting fifth and manning left field.

    Jake Fraley was scratched with lower-back tightness, so Ramos entered the lineup in his place. The journeyman outfielder is hitless with seven strikeouts over his last three games.

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  • Reds' Henry Ramos: Not in lineup

    Ramos will sit Saturday against the White Sox.

    Ramos had his contract selected in late April and started eight consecutive games, but he's since been on the bench for two of the last three. In his last three games, he's gone 0-for-11 with seven strikeouts. Wil Myers returns from the COVID-19 injured list to start in right field, while Tyler Stephenson rests his legs as the designated hitter.

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  • Reds' Henry Ramos: Hits bench Wednesday

    Ramos is out of the lineup for Wednesday's game against the Padres.

    For the first time since he was promoted from Triple-A Louisville on April 24, Ramos will exit the Cincinnati lineup. While starting at either right field or designated hitter in each of the past eight games, Ramos slashed .310/.412/.379 with a 14.7 percent walk rate. Until his production at the plate dramatically tapers off, Ramos should find himself in the starting nine more often than not.

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  • Reds' Henry Ramos: Handling regular role

    Ramos will start in right field and bat fifth in Monday's game against the Padres.

    Ramos has now picked up starts in each of the Reds' seven games since his April 24 call-up, and the 32-year-old has likely performed well enough to stick in the starting nine even if Wil Myers (illness) is able to return from the injured list later this week. While serving as a designated hitter or manning right field in his first six starts, Ramos has gone 9-for-22 with a triple, four walks, six runs and three RBI.

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  • Reds' Henry Ramos: Gets start following call-up

    Ramos will serve as the Reds' designated hitter and No. 7 batter in Monday's game against the Rangers.

    The Reds won't waste any time breaking Ramos into the lineup for his first MLB action since 2021 after the 31-year-old switch-hitter had his contract selected from Triple-A Louisville earlier Monday. Cincinnati designated Jason Vosler for assignment in a corresponding move, and Ramos could end up replacing him as a regular in the lineup versus right-handed pitching while the Reds await Joey Votto's (shoulder/biceps) eventual return from the injured list. Ramos was off to a strong start at Louisville, slashing .314/.400/.486 with two home runs and three stolen bases while striking out in just 12.2 percent of his 41 plate appearances.

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  • Reds' Henry Ramos: Added to roster

    The Reds selected Ramos' contract from Triple-A Louisville on Monday.

    Ramos, 31, is batting .314/.400/.486 with two homers and three steals with Louisville this season. He last saw action in the big leagues with the Diamondbacks in 2021. Ramos has prior professional experience at all three outfield spots, but he's played exclusively in right field or as a designated hitter for Louisville.

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  • Reds' Henry Ramos: Reassigned to minor-league camp

    Ramos was reassigned to minor-league camp by the Reds on Monday.

    This comes as a surprise as Ramos appeared to have earned a spot on the Opening Day roster after hitting .442 with two homers and a 1.228 OPS over 29 plate appearances. The outfielder will now likely head to Triple-A Louisville, and Cincinnati will need to add him to the 40-man roster in order to call him up to the major-league club.

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  • Reds' Henry Ramos: Could win roster spot

    Ramos, who played in the KBO last season, could win a roster spot on the Reds' Opening Day roster, C. Trent Rosecrans of The Athletic reports.

    Nick Senzel's slow progress in returning from the significant toe injury that ended his 2022 season essentially opens up a spot on the initial 26-man roster, most likely in the outfield if Wil Myers moves over to first base. Ramos been swinging a hot bat this spring, going 8-for-14 with three doubles and a 2:1 BB:K, and the Reds have had a tendency to let spring training performance guide how they fill out the back end of their roster in recent years, with varying results.

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  • Reds' Henry Ramos: Signs MiLB deal with Reds

    Ramos signed a minor-league deal with the Reds on Monday and received an invite to spring training, Jon Heyman of the New York Post reports.

    After slashing .250/.304/.417 with the KT Wiz in Korea last season, Ramos will return to the States and attempt to make the Reds' big-league roster. Ramos spent a brief period of time in the majors in 2021 with Arizona, recording a .555 OPS over 55 plate appearances. However, that number jumped up to 1.021 in Triple-A Reno.

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  • Henry Ramos: Heads to Korea

    Ramos signed with the KT Wiz of the KBO on Tuesday, Ji Heon Bae of Naver reports.

    Ramos made his MLB debut at age 29 this season but didn't make much of an impression, hitting .200/.255/.300 in 18 games. The Wiz were presumably drawn to his excellent .371/.439/.582 slash line in 75 games for Triple-A Reno. Given Ramos' age, he isn't particularly likely to establish himself overseas and return as an MLB regular.

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  • Diamondbacks' Henry Ramos: Outrighted to Triple-A

    Ramos was outrighted to Triple-A Reno on Thursday.

    Ramos made his major-league debut in early September but saw inconsistent playing time in the big leagues. He hit .200 with a home run, eight RBI and five runs across 18 games in the majors this year but will be cast off the 40-man roster heading into the offseason.

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  • Diamondbacks' Henry Ramos: Replaces injured Beer

    Ramos entered Tuesday's game after Seth Beer was removed due to a dislocated shoulder. He went 1-for-3 with a walk and a run scored in an 8-4 loss to the Dodgers.

    Beer, who is considered day-to-day, opened the game at first base. Following Beer's departure, Pavin Smith moved from right field to first base, and Ramos played right field. The 29-year-old Ramos is getting his first crack in the majors and has appeared in five of the last six games. He could continue to get regular work, pending Beer's status.

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  • Diamondbacks' Henry Ramos: Gets steady PT as No. 4 outfielder

    Ramos will start in left field and bat sixth Monday against the Dodgers.

    The switch-hitting Ramos will crack the lineup for the fourth time in five games, this time filling in for left field while the lefty-hitting David Peralta takes a seat against Dodgers southpaw Clayton Kershaw. Since his Sept. 5 call-up from Triple-A Reno, Ramos has gone 4-for-14 with a home run, double, four RBI and three runs.

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  • Diamondbacks' Henry Ramos: Contract selected by Arizona

    Ramos had his contract selected by the Diamondbacks on Sunday.

    The 29-year-old joined the Diamondbacks on a minor-league deal in May and has crushed the ball at Triple-A Reno with a .371/.439/.582 slash line, 12 homers, 16 doubles, 57 RBI and 62 runs in 75 games. Ramos, a fifth-round pick by the Red Sox in 2010, will receive his first taste of the big leagues with rebuilding Arizona thanks to his strong showing at Triple-A.

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  • Rangers' Henry Ramos: Invited to Rangers' camp

    Ramos signed a minor-league contract with the Rangers on Thursday that includes an invite to major-league spring training.

    Ramos spent the majority of 2019 with Triple-A Sacramento before he was released by the Giants in August. He hit .269/.319/.439 with 12 home runs over 96 games at the Triple-A level last year. The 27-year-old hasn't made his major-league debut yet, but he'll get the chance to develop in spring training as a non-roster invitee.

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  • Henry Ramos: Cut loose by San Francisco

    Ramos was released by the Giants on Friday, Henry Schulman of the San Francisco Chronicle reports.

    Ramos inked a one-year minor-league contract with the Giants back in December, but after slashing .269/.319/.439 with 12 homers and 40 RBI over 96 games this season at Triple-A Sacramento, he'll head to the open market.

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Player Bio

HT/WT: 6-0, 215 lbs
Birthplace: Maunabo, Puerto Rico
Age: 31
Experience: R
Bats/Throws: S, R