Yuri Ramos (26), a fireballer from the Dominican Republic메이저사이트, advances to the Japanese Professional Baseball (NPB).
NPB’s prestigious Yomiuri Giants club announced on the 17th that it had signed a training player contract with Ramos. Ramos said through the club, “I am very happy to be able to join a historic club called the Giants. I will show my fans that I do my best and strive to contribute to the team winning in the future.” He added, “The club official who gave me this opportunity. “I am grateful to the people and staff,” he said. Ramos’ jersey number is 057.
Ramos has gained experience in the Chicago Cubs minor league since 2015. He pitched in 107 games in his minor league career (7 years) until last year, recording 7 wins, 16 losses, 7 saves, and an ERA of 5.21. As a professional bullpen resource, he recorded 6 wins, 1 loss, 2 saves, and an ERA of 3.71 in the Mexican League this season. He also stood out in the Cubs’ minor league Double A last year with an ERA of 0.56 in 12 games.
It is known that he has recorded a fastball of up to 99.9 miles (160.8 km/h) this season, so Yomiuri’s expectations are high. A good example is the case of Christopher Mercedes (currently Chiba Lotte Marines), who was recruited as a developing player and grew into a key resource.