Ramos was reassigned to minor-league camp Saturday, Maria I. Guardado of MLB.com reports. Ramos got an extended look as a non-roster invitee this spring and posted a 1.164 OPS with three home runs, six RBI, five runs and one stolen base over 28 at-bats. However, the 21-year-old hasn't yet played above Double-A and will begin the 2021 campaign in the minors. Ramos could be in line to make his major-league debut later in the year if he remains effective in the minors.
Ramos is hitting .435 (10-for-23) with three home runs while getting an extended look at major-league camp, MLB.com reports. Ramos, the 19th overall pick in the 2017 draft, hasn't played above Double-A, so it's expected that he'll need some time in the high minors. Despite being highly unlikely to make the Opening Day roster, he's keeping the good times rolling after making a good impression at San Francisco's alternate training site last year, so he could reach the majors later this season.
Ramos will join the Giants' big-league camp this spring, Kerry Crowley of The San Jose Mercury News reports. Ramos got the chance to be part of the team's player pool last season and will now get to try to impress the big-league coaching staff in camp. He presumably still needs a bit more time in the minors, as he's yet to reach Triple-A and has played just 25 games at the Double-A level, but his debut may not be too far off.
Ramos has been sidelined during the Giants' Arizona instructional league camp since Oct. 8 with a strained left oblique, Henry Schulman of the San Francisco Chronicle reports. After the 2020 minor-league season was cancelled, Ramos was expected to pick up some much-needed competitive at-bats in the instructional league this fall, but the injury looks like it will cause him to miss out on that opportunity. Though the Giants are expecting Ramos will be back to full strength by spring training, he may not recover from the injury by the time instructional ball wraps up Nov. 12.
Ramos is receiving treatment for an infection in his leg, Maria I. Guardado of MLB.com reports. According to John Shea of the San Francisco Chronicle, manager Gabe Kapler doesn't believe it's a serious concern, but he still didn't offer a recovery timeline for the young outfielder. Ramos was included in the team's 60-man roster pool as one of the organization's top prospects, but there's never been a high likelihood of him making his major-league debut in 2020.