Ramirez was optioned to Triple-A El Paso on Saturday, Kevin Acee of The San Diego Union-Tribune reports.
Ramirez was called up by the Padres on Friday and allowed one hit and two walks while striking out two in two scoreless relief innings during Friday's win over Houston. He'll now return to the minors to make room in the bullpen for Aaron Northcraft, who was recalled in a corresponding move.
Ramirez was recalled by the Padres on Friday, Jeff Sanders of The San Diego Union-Tribune reports.
Ramirez served as the 27th man during a doubleheader in mid-May, and he'll now return to the major-league bullpen ahead of Friday's series opener against the Astros. Ramirez has posted a 6.23 ERA and 1.50 ERA in 8.2 innings across six major-league appearances this year.
The Padres recalled Ramirez from Triple-A El Paso ahead of Wednesday's doubleheader with the Rockies.
San Diego is designating Ramirez as its 27th man for the twin bill, so he'll most likely be sent back to the minors following the doubleheader. Ramirez, who will be on hand as a long-relief option, worked seven innings and gave up six runs over his five appearances out of the San Diego bullpen earlier this season.
Ramirez was optioned to the alternate training site Sunday.
The 31-year-old has surrendered six runs over seven innings this season, and he'll return to the alternate site with Keone Kela (shoulder) back from the injured list. Ramirez could rejoin the Friars later in the season as bullpen pieces are rotated.
Ramirez was recalled by the Padres on Thursday.
Ramirez was just optioned to the Padres' alternate site Wednesday, but with both Dinelson Lamet (forearm) and Keone Kela (shoulder) hitting the injured list the team is in need of bullpen depth. Ramirez has made two appearances with the club this season, but he is not expected to appear in high-leverage roles.
Ramirez was optioned to the Padres' alternate training site Wednesday.
Ramirez's contract was selected by the Padres on Saturday, and he made two relief appearances for San Diego. During that time, he allowed two hits while striking out two in three scoreless innings. However, Ramirez will now return to alternate camp to make room on the major-league roster for Dinelson Lamet (elbow), who was reinstated from the injured list Wednesday.
Ramirez had his contract selected by the Padres on Saturday.
The 31-year-old inked a minor-league deal with the Friars in December, and he'll join the big-league club two weeks into the season. Ramirez appeared in five games last season and had a 4.07 ERA and 1.39 WHIP over 79.2 innings during 2019.
Ramirez joined the Padres on a minor-league contract Monday, as was announced on his Instagram account.
Ramirez spent the last two seasons in the Tigers' organization, throwing a total of 90.1 innings while surrendering 43 earned runs. He refused an outright assignment from the team this offseason but will have the chance to stick as organizational depth with the Padres.
Ramirez elected free agency Tuesday after refusing an outright assignment to the minors.
Ramirez got into five games for the Tigers this season, posting a 5.91 ERA and 1.13 WHIP over 10.2 innings of work. The lefty heads to the open market as a 31-year-old with a respectable-enough 4.28 ERA in 90.1 career big-league innings.
The Tigers selected Ramirez's contract from their alternate training site Wednesday, Evan Woodbery of MLive.com reports.
Ramirez made his big-league debut for the Tigers last season and went on to post a 4.07 ERA in 79.2 innings of relief. He'd spent the entirety of the season up to this point working out at the team's alternate training site. He'll likely fill a lower-leverage relief role upon his arrival.
The Tigers assigned Ramirez to their alternate training site Thursday.
Ramirez was believed to be in contention for the No. 5 spot in the rotation to begin the season, but Dario Agrazal ultimately beat him out for those duties. The Tigers would need to open a spot on the 40-man roster for Ramirez in order for him to pitch for the big club in 2020.
Ramirez will be a part of the Tigers' 60-man player pool this season.
Ramirez was competing for one of the team's final bullpen spots when spring training was suspended. The 30-year-old appeared in 46 games for the Tigers last year and turned in a decent 4.07 ERA across 79.2 innings. He'll give the Tigers a left-handed option in relief.
Ramirez is competing for one of the Tigers' final bullpen spots to begin the season, Chris McCosky of The Detroit News reports.
Ramirez is battling fellow lefties Tyler Alexander and Hector Santiago for a role. The 30-year-old appeared in 46 games for the Tigers last year and turned in a decent 4.07 ERA across 79.2 innings. That run would seemingly give him a leg up on his competitors, who didn't pitch as well in 2019, but things could change depending on spring training performances.
Ramirez inked a minor-league contract with the Tigers on Thursday.
The 30-year-old was outrighted by the Tigers at the end of October, but he will return to the team at the Triple-A level next season. Given his heavy workload out of the major-league bullpen in 2019, it wouldn't be surprising to see him return to the majors at some point in 2020.
Ramirez was outrighted to Triple-A Toledo on Thursday, Evan Woodbery of MLive.com reports.
Ramirez led the Tigers' relievers in innings pitched this season, but now finds himself off the 40-man roster and eligible for minor-league free agency after the World Series. In 79.2 innings pitched this season, the 30-year-old recorded a 4.07 ERA with a 74:35 K:BB.
Ramirez (3-2) allowed five runs on six hits across 1.1 innings to take the loss Wednesday against the Pirates. He struck out one and did not issue any walks.
Ramirez has been hit hard in his last two appearances, which both went down as losses. The lefty has allowed eight runs on 12 hits over his last 4.1 innings, and the rough patch has pushed his season ERA from 2.25 to 4.45. The Tigers don't have a ton of proven options in the bullpen, so Ramirez should get the chance to figure things out. However, he's not offering much from a fantasy perspective at the moment.
Ramirez (3-1) allowed three runs over three innings to take the loss Saturday against Cleveland. He gave up six hits and a walk, while striking out one.
Ramirez had been mostly solid for the Tigers before Saturday, but he was hittable in this one. Despite the hiccup, the 29-year-old lefty still has a strong 3.00 ERA and should continue to pitch in a long-relief role in a Detroit bullpen that doesn't have a ton of established options.
Ramirez (3-0) picked up the win Wednesday against the Royals by tossing two scoreless innings during which he allowed a hit and two walks and recorded a pair of strikeouts.
The left-hander came into the sixth inning with the score tied at 2-2 and kept Kansas City's bats quiet enough for Detroit to take the lead for good on a sacrifice fly from Brandon Dixon. Through nine appearances in relief this season, Ramierez owns a 2.25 ERA, 1.13 WHIP and 24:11 K:BB.
Ramirez (3-0) tossed two scoreless innings and earned the win Wednesday against the Royals. He allowed a hit and two walks while striking out two.
Detroit starter Daniel Norris departed after five innings and the score tied 2-2, and Ramirez came in and pitched well in the close game. The 29-year-old earned win No. 3 when the Tigers scored one in the top of the eighth inning. Ramirez has a nice 2.25 ERA in a long-relief role for Detroit, and with the Tigers looking for all the pitching they can get, he figures to maintain a prominent spot in the bullpen.
Ramirez (2-0) picked up the win Saturday against the Twins, giving up one run in three innings. He allowed three hits and three walks while also striking out three.
Detroit used Buck Farmer as an opener for the first two innings and then turned to Ramirez as their bulk pitcher Saturday. The 29-year-old allowed plenty of baserunners in his three innings of work, but he was able to limit the damage to just the lone run, and his offensive mates backed him up with nine runs of their own. Ramirez now has a 2.45 ERA over 22 innings, and he should remain in a long-relief role for the Tigers.
|Last 7 Games|
|05/28||@ HOU||W 10-3||2.0||1||0||2||2|
|05/12||@ COL||L 2-3||1||1.2||2||0||1||1|
|04/28||@ ARI||W 12-3||2.0||2||1||0||1|
|04/25||@ LAD||W 8-7||1.0||5||5||1||0|
|04/23||@ LAD||W 6-1||1.0||0||0||0||1|
|04/20||vs MIL||L 0-6||2.0||2||0||0||2|
|04/19||vs MIL||L 1-3||1.0||0||0||0||0|
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|Minor League Pitching Stats|
|2017||AAA-Colorado Springs Sky||0.1||1||0||0||0||0||0||0||0||0||0.00||0.000|
|2018||AAA-Colorado Springs Sky||37.2||20||2||0||3||3||0||18||21||44||5.81||1.747|
|2019||AAA-Toledo Mud Hens||9.0||2||2||0||0||1||0||10||3||12||2.00||1.667|