Ramirez went 1-for-4 with a home run and three RBI during Thursday's 6-3 win over the Tigers.
Ramirez put his club ahead with a two-run home run in the sixth inning and tacked on an insurance run with an RBI groundout in the eighth. He has been extremely productive of late and seems to be rediscovering his form from the start of 2018. Ramirez is now hitting .366 over his last 10 games, adding three home runs, 12 RBI, 10 runs scored, and two stolen bases.
Ramirez went 2-for-5 with a pair of solo home runs and a strikeout in Thursday's win over the Royals.
The homers were Nos. 6 and 7 for Ramirez on the season. It marked his first multi-homer game since July 30, 2018, as noted by Zack Meisel of The Athletic. Ramirez has had a pretty miserable last calendar year, but he's showing signs of life with a .288/.360/.530 line, three homers, two steals and 4.0 percent K-rate in his last 17 games. For now, he remains in the five hole for Cleveland.
Ramirez went 2-for-5 with an RBI groundout and three runs in Tuesday's 9-5 win over the Royals.
While his season-long slash line remains unsightly, Ramirez has at least displayed better form recently, batting .298/.379/.474 across his last 15 starts. A surging Cleveland offense has helped Ramirez deliver useful run (12) and RBI (10) totals over that stretch, but his power production (one home run, six extra-base hits) has remained fairly muted.
The Indians reinstated Ramirez from the paternity list prior to Sunday's game against the Orioles. He'll start at third base and bat fifth.
Ramirez could have remained away from the Indians for the entire weekend, but he opted to take off only two of the maximum three days to spend with his newborn. He'll thus rejoin the starting nine for the series finale while replacing infielder Yu Chang on the 25-man roster.
Ramirez was placed on the paternity list Friday, Zack Meisel of The Athletic reports.
Ramirez will take the weekend to attend the birth of his child, while Yu Chang was called up from Triple-A Columbus and will start at third base Friday. Ramirez can spend up to three days on the paternity list and figures to rejoin the Indians on Tuesday in Kansas City.
Ramirez went 2-for-2 with two doubles, a pair of walks, an RBI and a run Monday in the Indians' 3-2 win over the Royals in 10 innings.
Ramirez pushed his season on-base percentage over .300 with the big day at the dish, but one quality performance shouldn't be taken as evidence that he's broken out of the slump he's been stuck in since the second half of 2018. Over 21 games in June, Ramirez is slashing a lowly .228/.284/.354 with only six extra-base hits (one home runs). His 4-for-4 success rate on stolen-base attempts has been the only salvation for fantasy managers during that stretch.
Ramirez went 1-for-5 with a three-run homer Tuesday against the Rangers.
Ramirez took Adrian Sampson deep in the third inning to record his fifth home run of the season. It was his first homer since May 14, and only his third extra-base hit in June -- all of which have come since the 14th. He's hitting a disappointing .204/.296/.313 across 304 plate appearances for the season, though he's maintained at least some value by swiping 16 bases.
Ramirez went 1-for-4 with a walk and a run scored Sunday in the Indians' 8-0 win over the Tigers.
Cleveland has won eight of its last 11 games to stay in the thick of the American League wild-card race, but the team has largely succeeded in spite of Ramirez, who is slashing .190/.250/.238 over that stretch. Dating back to the second half of last season, Ramirez sports a .210/.331/.359 line (83 wRC+) over 574 plate appearances, a fairly sizable sample that suggests his ongoing struggles can no longer be dismissed simply as a slump.
Ramirez went 2-for-4 with three RBI and a stolen base Wednesday in the Indians' 9-7 win over the Twins.
Ramirez's pair of base knocks ended a three-game hitless streak that spanned 11 at-bats. Even after the multi-hit effort, Ramirez is barely above the Mendoza Line for the season (.207 average), though a 15-for-17 success rate on stolen-base attempts has spared him from being a total disaster for those who invested in him.
Ramirez went 2-for-3 with two walks and two stolen bases in a 7-5 victory against the Red Sox on Tuesday.
The two-hit night brought his average back above the Mendoza Line. Sitting with just a .609 OPS, Ramirez has been a major disappointment, but despite a .308 on-base percentage, he's still managed to swipe 14 bags this year, second most in the American League. Ramirez's struggles at the plate date back to last year. Since Aug. 31, 2018, Ramirez is batting .185 in 303 at-bats, including the postseason. He does have hits in five of his last six games, so maybe he's pulling out of it, but right now, Ramirez is in the midst of the biggest slump of his career. Overall, he is batting .204 with four home runs, 15 RBI and 17 runs in 196 at-bats this season.
Ramirez is not starting Monday against the Red Sox, Jessica Camerato of MLB.com reports.
Ramirez hits the bench for just the second time all season. He's improved a bit after posting a .557 OPS through the end of April, but his .635 OPS in the month of May remains nowhere close to expectations. Mike Freeman starts at third base in his absence.
Ramirez went 0-for-4 but recorded a stolen base and run in a 5-1 loss to the Orioles on Friday.
With a .191 average and .589 OPS, Ramirez continues to struggle mightily at the plate. But despite those numbers, he has managed to still contribute 16 runs and 11 steals. Just image what Ramirez could be doing with an on-base percentage higher than .286. He also has four home runs and 13 RBI in 162 at-bats this season.
Ramirez went 1-for-4 with a solo homer in a 9-0 win over the White Sox on Tuesday.
Ramirez's sixth-inning shot off Josh Osich was the second of back-to-back homers and raised Cleveland's lead to 8-0. Even so, the 26-year-old is just 11-for-49 in May with two home runs and three RBI and has just a .195/.290/.312 slash line for the season.
Ramirez will start at third base and bat fifth Tuesday against the White Sox, Mandy Bell of MLB.com reports.
After his season average slipped below the Mendoza Line in Sunday's 5-3 win over the Athletics, Ramirez was dropped from the three hole to the No. 5 spot in the order for Monday's series opener. The move down the lineup didn't bear fruit, as Ramirez went hitless in four at-bats in the 5-2 loss. Now slotting into the fifth spot in the order for the second straight game, Ramirez appears set to remain there against right-handed pitching until he begins to pick up the pace at the plate.
Ramirez went 2-for-5 with a walkoff two-run homer in Wednesday's 5-3 win over the White Sox.
The home run was only Ramirez's third of the season as he has yet to fully break out from his spring slump. The 26-year-old has a .205/.298/.318 slash line and nine stolen bases over 132 at-bats for the season, though he is 10-for-34 (.294 average) over the last nine games.
Ramirez went 3-for-4 with a double, a home run, four RBI, a walk and stolen base in a 6-2 victory against the Marlins on Wednesday.
Owners hope this is the breakout game they've been waiting for from Ramirez. It's been an extremely slow start for the 26-year-old, as he has been hovering around the .150 mark in batting average for most of April. Even after the three-hit game, the average rose to just .184. He has two homers, nine RBI, 12 runs and six stolen bases in 87 at-bats this season.
Ramirez went 1-for-3 with a solo homer, two runs scored, two stolen bases and two walks in Monday's 6-4 victory over the Mariners.
It took longer than expected, but Ramirez finally knocked his first home run of 2019 as well as his fourth and fifth stolen bases. He still has just nine hits in 60 at-bats this season, but Monday might've been what he needed to break the slump.
Ramirez went 2-for-5 with two runs scored and two stolen bases in a 7-2 victory over the Blue Jays on Saturday.
The electric third baseman is off to a slow start in every category except stolen bases. In the last two games, he has posted three steals, giving him the team lead. Saturday was also Ramirez's second two-hit game of the year. In addition to the three steals, he is 5-for-27 (.185) with two doubles, one RBI and five runs through eight games this season.
Ramirez (foot) is hitting second Saturday against the Blue Jays, Mandy Bell of MLB.com reports.
He suffered a foot contusion Thursday and sat Friday but is ready to get back at it against lefty Thomas Pannone.
Ramirez (foot) is out of the lineup for Friday's game against the Blue Jays, Mandy Bell of MLB.com reports.
Ramirez made a precautionary exit from Thursday's game with a left foot bruise and will take a day to rest up Friday. The 26-year-old should be considered day-to-day as Max Moroff receives the starting nod at third base in his absence. According to Tom Withers of the Associated Press, Ramirez underwent precautionary X-rays, which came back negative.
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