Orioles' Yefry Ramirez: Proves serviceable in no-decision
Ramirez allowed two runs in five innings but didn't factor into the decision in a loss to Boston on Saturday. He allowed two runs on three hits and two walks while striking out five.
Ramirez, who gave up a two-run shot to J.D. Martinez to sully his outing, doesn't hold much long-term fantasy appeal. The right-hander, who owns a 5.40 ERA in nine games (eight starts), should be avoided against the Indians in his next scheduled outing Saturday.
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