Jose Ramirez

#11 SS / Cleveland Indians / EXP: 3YRS Height: 5-9 Weight: 165 lb Age: 23 College: No College Bats/Throws S/R

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      Indians' Jose Ramirez: X-rays negative

      Ramirez was carted off the field on a stretcher after suffering a leg injury while playing in the Dominican Winter League on Wednesday, but X-rays were negative and he is considered day-to-day, Enrique Rojas of ESPN Deportes reports. It looked like the injury could have been much worse, as Ramirez was in obvious pain after taking a hard slide at second base, but X-rays showed no break. While it's uncertain when Ramirez may return to Winter League action, it does not sound like this will jeopardize his status for spring training, where he will look to solidify his hold on the top utility infielder role.

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      Indians pull Jose Ramirez from lineup on Monday

      Indians infielder Jose Ramirez was scratched from Monday's lineup against the Twins. Ramirez was initially slated to bat fifth and play third base, but Mike Aviles will assume the hot corner duties in the new lineup. It's unclear if the 23-year-old suffered a late setback, but the move may have been a reaction to a late pitching change by the Twins, switching from the right-handed Phil Hughes to southpaw Tommy Milone.

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      Indians' Jose Ramirez fills up the stat sheet in win over Royals

      Indians infielder Jose Ramirez went 3 for 5 with a double, triple, RBI and three runs scored in Saturday's 9-5 victory over the Royals. The 23-year-old has had a rough season with the bat, but Saturday's performance was one of his best of the season. Ramirez's bat has been hot at the plate all month and is in the midst of a four-game stretch where he is hitting .421 (8 for 19) with two doubles, a triple, a homer, three RBI and six runs scored. His September average is also up to .333 after Saturday's effort, easily making it his most prolific month with the bat all season.

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      Indians 3B Giovanny Urshela sits out second straight game

      Indians third baseman Giovanny Urshela is out of the lineup Saturday against the White Sox. Urshela is sitting for the second consecutive night, as manager Terry Francona has elected to give Chris Johnson the start at third base. The rookie has had a tough go in his first exposure to the majors, posting an on-base percentage of .278 and providing only 14 extra-base hits in 257 at-bats. He could lose more time to Johnson and Jose Ramirez at the hot corner over the final two weeks of the regular season.

    • by Jason Lempert | Staff Writer

      Indians recall INF Jose Ramirez from Triple-A on Monday

      The Indians have recalled infielder Jose Ramirez from Triple-A Columbus, as part of a series of moves on Monday. He is in the starting lineup against the Angels, playing second base and leading off, in place of the injured Jason Kipnis. Ramirez started the season with the Indians, but struggled offensively. He has hit just .176 one home run and eight RBI while going back-and-forth between the big leagues and Triple-A. With the Clippers, Ramirez is batting a more-respectable .293 with 13 doubles.

    • by Michael Hurcomb | Fantasy Writer

      Indians reinstate Mike Aviles, option Jose Ramirez to Triple-A

      Indians utility player Mike Aviles was reinstated from the family emergency list Thursday. To clear a roster spot, infielder Jose Ramirez was optioned to Triple-A Columbus.

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      Indians' Jason Kipnis gets call at DH, Jose Ramirez gets start at 2b

      Indians second baseman Jason Kipnis gets a break from the field on Sunday. Kipnis will lead off and play designated hitter for Sunday's game. Kipnis had started the last 20 games at second base and has started 85 of the team's 87 games there this season. The only other time he DHed this season was June 20. Jose Ramirez, called up from Triple-A on Saturday, gets his first start of the season at second base.

    • by Shawn Krest |

      Indians place Mike Aviles on leave, call up Jose Ramirez

      The Indians placed infielder Mike Aviles on the MLB Family Medical Emergency list, the team announced on Saturday. To replace Aviles, the team recalled infielder Jose Ramirez from Triple-A Columbus. Ramirez was hitting .349 with 13 stolen bases at Columbus. He hit .180 with eight steals in an earlier stint with the Indians this year.

    • by Ruben Palacios | Staff Writer

      Indians' Chisenhall, Ramirez looking to expand in Triple-A

      Indians infielders Lonnie Chisenhall and Jose Ramirez are trying to expand their game while in Triple-A Columbus, per Chisenhall played right field on Wednesday, while Ramirez is going to venture into the outfield as well. "Lonnie actually wanted to do that," manager Terry Francona said, per "That was his idea. He wants to play some first base and the outfield to make himself more valuable. I don't want to speak for him, but I think he said playing third base was weighing on him a little bit. "That's a unique skill set. A guy who can play the corner outfield, who can play first and third, that's a pretty unique skill set. I think we're going to start moving Jose Ramirez around, too, maybe even to the outfield." Both Chisenhall and Ramirez were sent down to the minors back in June.

    • by R.J. White |

      Report: Indians option Jose Ramirez to Triple-A

      The Indians have optioned shortstop Jose Ramirez to Triple-A Columbus, Yahoo! Sports reports. Ramirez has started just one of the last five games at shortstop after serving as the team's starter at the position for much of the season. He has hit just .180/.247/.240 with one home run, eight RBI and eight stolen bases in 150 at-bats. Mike Aviles made his 14th start at shortstop on Sunday and is likely the short-term answer at the position. However, the team could promote top prospect Francisco Lindor to the majors as well. Lindor has hit .269/.342/.393 with two home runs, 21 RBI and eight stolen bases in 201 at-bats with Columbus.

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