JOSE RAMIREZ RUMORS & GOSSIP

Five Indians prospects primed for a breakout season

Last week, I took a look at the pitching prospects and position player prospects who could impact the Indians roster this season. This time around, we take a look at some prospects that are not necessarily close to playing in Cleveland or even a high-level prospect, but who have the upside and potential to really take a large step forward this season and establish themselves as some...
Via Fox Sports Ohio
March 18, 2014  |  Discuss

2014 IBI Top 50 Prospects: #6 INF Jose Ramirez

The IBI's 2014 Indians Top 50 Prospect countdown continues with infielder Jose Ramirez. Ramirez was a relative unknown coming out of extended spring training in June of 2012 and then 15 months later raced through the system and earned a call to the big leagues last year as a September callup. In this detailed scouting report, the IBI's Tony Lastoria goes into great detail...
Via Indians Baseball Insider
March 13, 2014  |  Discuss

Ramirez Needs to Prove Skipping Columbus was No Mistake

The Cleveland Indians open the 2014 season with new expectations despite many questions. The Indians’ 25-man roster will look different than the group that won 92 games and lost the American League Wild Card game to the Tampa Bay Rays. While the roster may change and the expectations grow, Cleveland will need answer many questions this spring before opening the season in Oakland...
Via Did The Tribe Win Last Night?
March 05, 2014  |  Discuss

Winter Ball Notebook: Ramirez's winter season looks to be over

I’m filling in today with the Winter Ball Notebook as regular contributor Steve Orbanek is temporarily away. This gives me an opportunity to post several news nuggets on a few of the Indians players participating in winter ball that have not been reported elsewhere. Thanks to a site follower who wishes to not be named for some help in providing some of this information. News and...
Via Indians Baseball Insider
December 03, 2013  |  Discuss

What the Jose Ramirez promotion means for Tribe’s future

Typically, September promotions in baseball don’t warrant a significant amount of attention. For most teams, it’s a matter of adding along the miscellaneous 40-man players that they’ve had ready to go all season. For the few remaining contending squads, the focus is on players who can impact games in any small way. What this means is, typically, 20-year-old 5-foot-9 second...
Via Waiting For Next Year
September 02, 2013  |  Discuss

While We’re Waiting… Jose Ramirez, Browns Cutdowns, and Buckeye Recruiting

While We’re Waiting is the daily morning link roundup that WFNY has been serving up for breakfast for the last several years. We hope you enjoy the following recent collection of yummy and nutritious Cleveland sports-related articles. Anything else to add? Email us at tips@waitingfornextyear.com. Jose Ramirez joins the Tribe today, but what do we need to know about this 20-year...
Via Waiting For Next Year
September 01, 2013  |  Discuss

MLB Rumors: Indians to call up Jose Ramirez on Sunday

Double-A infield prospect Jose Ramirez and recently acquired catcher Kelly Shoppach are expected to be added to the Indians roster on Sunday when rosters expand, according to Indians Baseball Insider’s Tony Lastoria (here and here). The Shoppach news is entirely expected after he signed with the team on Friday to become its third catcher. The shocking news is the reported promotion...
Via Waiting For Next Year
August 30, 2013  |  Discuss

Orbiting Cleveland: Gauging Jose Ramirez's value

As the end of the month approaches, the attention of almost every Cleveland Indians fan is centered right on the playoff race. That's for good reason, too. Who would have thought that just one year removed from a 68-94 season, the Indians would find themselves with a 71-62 record and in the thick of the American League Wild Card race. It's quite remarkable and just goes to...
Via Indians Baseball Insider
August 30, 2013  |  Discuss

Is Jose Ramirez a Starter or Reliever?

Jose Ramirez‘s live arm was on display against Kevin Gausman this past Friday. The New York Yankees’ minor-leaguer consistently unleashed 94 mph to 95 mph four-seam fastballs against the Bowie Baysox from his low three-quarter arm slot. The pitch touched 97 mph, but Ramirez’s low release point kept it on the same plane on which it was released. It did, however, feature arm...
Via Fangraphs
May 22, 2013  |  Discuss

Jose Ramirez keeps hitting as he moves up the ladder

When you think of the prototypical baseball player, a few images probably come to mind: tall, muscular, fast, top physical condition, etc. In other words, baseball players are not supposed to look like you, me, and Jose Ramirez. Ramirez is roughly my size at 5’9”, 165 pounds and generally does not fit the stereotype of a baseball player. Going into the 2012 season, he was unknown...
Via Indians Baseball Insider
April 18, 2013  |  Discuss
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