Ramos was released by the Giants on Friday, Henry Schulman of the San Francisco Chronicle reports.
Ramos inked a one-year minor-league contract with the Giants back in December, but after slashing .269/.319/.439 with 12 homers and 40 RBI over 96 games this season at Triple-A Sacramento, he'll head to the open market.
Ramos is set to miss 4-6 weeks of action due to a sports hernia suffered in Monday's spring game, Ken Gurnick of MLB.com reports.
The injury was expected to keep Ramos out for an extended amount of time, as Gurnick also reported the 24-year-old was seen struggling to walk through the clubhouse Tuesday morning. It's a tough break for the non roster invitee, who was hitting .357 with a 1.114 OPS so far this spring. His recovery will take him past Opening Day, and the next action he will see will likely be in the minors.
Ramos was diagnosed with a torn groin Tuesday and will miss extended time, Ken Gurnick of MLB.com reports.
The severity of the tear still isn't known and a timetable hasn't been set, but Gurnick noted that Ramos likely won't be playing any time soon based on the way the 24-year-old was moving around the clubhouse afterwards. When he returns, he'll likely head to Triple-A to start 2017, which is where he was going to end up even without an injury setting him back.
Ramos was removed from Monday's game and taken to the clubhouse with the trainer, Eric Stephen of SB Nation reports.
The 24-year-old was forced to leave the game in the middle of the third inning after suffering an undisclosed injury. Expect an update from the Dodgers after the game with more specifics on Ramos, but consider him day-to-day until then.
Ramos signed a minor league deal with the Dodgers on Monday, SB Nation's Chris Cotillo reports.
As a 24-year-old he was an average hitter at Double-A last year (101 wRC+) and was below average at Triple-A (90 wRC+), leading to him washing out of the Red Sox's system. Look for him to provide organizational outfield depth at the Triple-A level in 2017.
Ramos went 4-for-5 for Triple-A Pawtucket on Monday, becoming the first member of the PawSox to hit for the cycle since 1999.
That's quite a follow-up for Ramos, who hit a 16th-inning, walk-off homer Sunday. He's down on the organizational prospect list, but you can point to injuries keeping him down. Having stayed healthy to this point in the season, Ramos finally reached the Triple-A level and has handled the transition well, slashing .309/.317/.546 with 22 RBI in 26 games. He's not quite ready for a promotion to Boston, who could use some outfield depth, but Ramos has developed a better approach since entering the system. As Boston looks outside the organization for pitching help, Ramos could be an attractive add-on piece.
Ramos was added to the Red Sox spring training roster Thursday, Pete Abraham of the Boston Globe reports.
Ramos spent time at three different levels last season with the highest level being Double-A. This is seemingly a short-term addition, and he'll likely head back to the minors before Opening Day.
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