Ramirez went 6.2 innings against the Yankees on Tuesday, striking out seven while allowing two runs on five hits and three walks. He didn't factor into the decision.
The Angels went on to win in extras, but Ramirez was long gone by then. Still, this was a crucial bounce-back outing for the 28-year-old righty, who'd given up 11 runs on 18 hits over 9.1 innings spanning his last two starts. If you pick your spots -- and get a little lucky -- he can be a serviceable streamer; just don't get your expectations too high, as Ramirez doesn't miss a whole lot of bats despite his mid-90s heat. Sunday's scheduled start against the scuffling Royals checks out as an interesting matchup for him, though Kansas City did score five runs off Ramirez back on April 14.