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A Harrowing Start for Hanley Ramirez

As of this writing, the Red Sox are two games above .500, and while there are certainly some sour spots, things have been fine overall. Looking at one player specifically, Hanley Ramirez is a feel-good story so far. After last year’s horrendous display in left field, his defense at first base was obviously a massive question mark heading into 2016. Yet through the first few weeks...
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1 day ago  |  Discuss

Shirtless Hanley Ramirez Cares Nothing for Your Silly Interview

I don’t know why I found Hanley Ramirez stumbling into this Ryan Hanigan post-game interview so amusing. But I did. So here you go. The post Shirtless Hanley Ramirez Cares Nothing for Your Silly Interview appeared first on Surviving Grady.
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6 days ago  |  Discuss

Hanley Ramirez: A Changed Man

This time last year, we were all applauding Hanley Ramirez for his offense while we covered our eyes when he played defense. Surprisingly, things are much different this year. Prior to the 2016 regular season campaign, you could have quite easily made the case for this to be a title in our April Fool’s Day articles we here at Baseball Essential published on April 1. Anyone who...
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9 days ago  |  Discuss

A New Swing for Hanley Ramirez

The talk of Hanley Ramirez’s Red Sox tenure has revolved mostly around his glove, and with good reason. His move to left field last season was so comical it couldn’t be ignored. Now all eyes are on his transition to first base – his third position in as many seasons. Thus far, 2016 has also been about Ramirez’s bat. He’s reached base safely in all but two games, posting...
Via BP Boston
11 days ago  |  Discuss

John Farrell: Hanley Ramirez A Player ‘Completely Different Than A Year Ago’

BOSTON — Hanley Ramirez has come a long way from where he was in 2015, and the Red Sox have taken notice. The former shortstop/third baseman became a left fielder upon signing with the Red Sox last offseason, and it kicked off perhaps the most miserable year of his career. Ramirez started off hot in April with 10 home runs but ended his 2015 campaign with a .249 average, 19 homers...
12 days ago  |  Discuss

Hanley Ramirez’s Rock-Solid Defense At First Base Big Plus For Red Sox

Hanley Ramirez’s (lack of) defense — and whether the Boston Red Sox could hide it — was a major storyline last offseason. But a week into the 2016 season, Ramirez already is putting those concerns to rest. After going errorless in spring training earlier this year, Ramirez has been outstanding through six regular season games, making no errors in 36 chances entering Tuesday...
17 days ago  |  Discuss

Hanley Ramirez, Red Sox On Board With Fenway Park’s Infield Facelift

BOSTON — Fenway Park received a few additions ahead of the 2016 season, including an expansion of the protective netting behind home plate. But the home of the Boston Red Sox saw another significant change this offseason that will directly affect its players: A brand-new infield. After an offseason that saw Fenway be used as a football field, a hurling pitch and a winter sports...
18 days ago  |  Discuss

David Ortiz Happy With Hanley Ramirez’s Offense: ‘He Came With A Plan’

Hanley Ramirez looks like … well, he looks like Hanley Ramirez, which at first glance might be cause for alarm to Boston Red Sox fans. After all, it was Ramirez who last April inspired visions of World Series sugarplums dancing in people’s heads as every pitch he saw was seemingly the size of a watermelon. Then, of course, the injuries and slumps came and Ramirez lost his way...
23 days ago  |  Discuss

Hanley Ramirez: Bust or burst

Last offseason, Hanley Ramirez signed a 4-year/$88M deal with the Red Sox. With that deal, Ramirez became one of the 20 highest paid players in baseball, and expectations were undoubtedly high for the then 30-year-old shortstop coming off a 3.5 WAR season with the Los Angeles Dodgers.  Now, Ramirez is making the frustrating, gradual transition to the first baseman position in...
Via The Sports Quotient
March 01, 2016  |  Discuss

Report: Red Sox trying to trade Hanley Ramirez

The Boston Red Sox are trying to trade Hanley Ramirez, according to a report. The Boston Globe’s Nick Cafordo wrote in his Sunday column that there’s talk in the Red Sox front office that the team wants to move Ramirez. He mentions the Mariners, Angels and Orioles as all potential targets for a trade. Two potential issues to overcome with a deal involving Ramirez concern his...
Via Larry Brown Sports
November 29, 2015  |  Discuss

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