Ramirez is starting to pick up his play after a slow start, hitting safely in seven of the last eight games while notching seven RBI for Double-A New Hampshire.

The outfielder tore up Double-A pitching in the Pirates organization last year, slashing .306/.354/.401 over 98 games. However, Ramirez hasn't exactly provided the expected return on investment that the Jays hoped for when trading for him in August. The 22-year-old's .216/.264/.363 line over 102 at-bats in New Hampshire suggests Ramirez has quite a few hurdles to jump before he's ready for MLB.

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