Heliot Ramos

Heliot Ramos

CF - SF
Height: 5-11
Weight: 188 lbs
Age: 24
College:
San Francisco Giants

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Yahoo SportsHow Giants' Webb, Ramos did for NL in MLB All-Star Game

Giants All-Stars Logan Webb and Heliot Ramos failed to make a mark in the Midsummer Classic as the National League lost 5-3 to the American League on Tuesday night.

Source: Yahoo Sports
Tuesday, Jul 16, 2024

Yahoo SportsHow Ramos went from early Giants camp cut to MLB All-Star

From being optioned as part of the Giants' third round of Spring Training cuts in March to being named an MLB All-Star, Heliot Ramos' journey to big-league success is more than a feel-good story.

Source: Yahoo Sports
Tuesday, Jul 16, 2024

Yahoo SportsHow Ramos went from Giants' early camp cut to MLB All-Star

From being optioned as part of the Giants' third round of Spring Training cuts in March to being named an MLB All-Star, Heliot Ramos' journey to big-league success is more than a feel-good story.

Source: Yahoo Sports
Tuesday, Jul 16, 2024

NBC SportsHeliot Ramos launched his 14th home run of the season on Thursday in the Giants' loss to the Blue Jays.

Ramos, who is headed to next week's Midsummer Classic as a reserve, extended his on-base streak to 11 consecutive games by taking Blue Jays ace Kevin Gausman deep in the opening frame for a two-run blast to left field. It wound up being his lone hit in four at-bats during Thursday's afternoon matinee at Oracle Park, but it was his fourth round-tripper in nine contests since the start of July. The 24-year-old former top prospect has delivered one of the more unexpected first-half breakthroughs, batting .300 (67-for-223) with 14 homers, 45 RBI and two steals through 57 games. He's on a 40-homer pace since arriving in the big leagues back in early May. That'll work.

Source: NBC Sports
Thursday, Jul 11, 2024

NBC SportsKevin Gausman allowed two runs over seven innings on Thursday in a win over the Giants.

Gausman was staked to a three-run lead before ever taking the mound on Thursday afternoon at Oracle Park and nearly wound up giving it all back when he surrendered a two-run shot to Heliot Ramos in the opening frame. He managed to settle in afterwards, keeping San Francisco's lineup off the scoreboard over his final six innings of work, allowing just four baserunners during that span. He finished with three strikeouts and didn't hand out a free pass. He hasn't come close to replicating last year's likely career year, but he's remained a solid innings-eater for fantasy managers that's still capable of delivering the occasional double-digit strikeout effort. He'll bring a pedestrian 4.50 ERA, 1.31 WHIP and 104/27 K/BB ratio across 104 innings (19 starts) into next week's All-Star break.

Source: NBC Sports
Thursday, Jul 11, 2024


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