Ramirez was optioned to Triple-A Indianapolis on Tuesday.
He gave up five runs (three earned) in 3.2 innings in his lone appearance during this stint with the big club. Ramirez will serve as organizational depth going forward.
Ramirez was recalled from Triple-A Indianapolis prior to Tuesday's game against the Reds, Rob Biertempfel of The Athletic reports.
Ramirez has posted a 5.81 ERA and 1.77 WHIP with 38 strikeouts over 31 innings this season at Triple-A Indianapolis, but it appears as though he'll get a shot to join Pittsburgh's starting rotation. Though nothing has been announced yet, he could line up to start Sunday against the Mets.
Ramirez was optioned to Triple-A Indianapolis on Tuesday.
Ramirez's latest stint in the big leagues didn't last long, and he failed to make an appearance after being promoted Sunday. Chris Stratton (side) was reinstated from the injured list in a corresponding move.
Ramirez was called up from Triple-A Indianapolis by the Pirates on Sunday.
Ramirez was acquired by the Pirates from the Orioles in late May and is now set to make his debut with his new team. Pittsburgh has a limited need of additional starters with three off days in the next nine days, so Ramirez seems likely to step into a bullpen role.
Ramirez was traded from the Orioles to the Pirates on Monday in exchange for cash or a player to be named later, Joe Trezza of MLB.com reports.
The Pirates likely aren't expecting too much from a player who was unable to crack the Orioles' pitching staff. Ramirez has a 6.07 ERA in 75.2 major-league innings but does at least own a 3.40 ERA at the Triple-A level. He'll head to Triple-A Indianapolis.
Ramirez was designated for assignment by the Orioles on Wednesday.
Ramirez recorded a 6.97 ERA in 10.1 innings at the big-league level this season and had a 5.92 ERA in 65.1 frames last season. He'll make way on the 40-man roster for Chandler Shepherd, who was claimed off waivers from the Cubs in a corresponding move.
Ramirez was optioned to Triple-A Norfolk after Sunday's start against the Indians.
Ramirez (0-2) was hit hard by the Indians on Sunday, allowing five runs (four earned) on six hits and four walks while striking out three across 3.1 innings. He has a bloated 6.97 ERA and 1.94 WHIP across 10.1 innings this season as a result. Ramirez worked primarily out of the Orioles' bullpen prior to his demotion.
Manager Brandon Hyde said he's hopeful Ramirez can provide the Orioles with three or four innings as a spot starter Sunday against the Indians, Jon Meoli of The Baltimore Sun reports.
Ramirez previously made four starts at Triple-A Norfolk earlier this season, but all of those came in April and consisted of no more than five innings. The right-hander covered 4.2 frames in relief for the big club back on May 3 but has otherwise been unable to find much work in the Baltimore bullpen, logging a lone one-inning appearance since then. With that in mind, the Orioles will treat Sunday's contest as more of a bullpen game rather than relying on Ramirez to work deep into the contest.
Ramirez is listed as the Orioles' starter for Sunday's game against Cleveland, Roch Kubatko of MASN Sports reports.
Ramirez has pitched exclusively in relief since joining the big-league roster in late April. One of those appearances lasted 4.2 innings, however, and he was a starter at the Triple-A level at the start of the season, so there's a chance he's fairly well stretched out. The 25-year-old owns a career 5.85 ERA in 72.1 innings at the major-league level.
Ramirez was recalled from Triple-A Norfolk on Monday.
Ramirez made 12 starts and five relief appearances for the Orioles last season, finishing with a 5.92 ERA. Luis Ortiz was optioned in a corresponding move, leaving Ramirez presumably filling a long-relief spot.
Ramirez was optioned to Triple-A Norfolk on Sunday, Roch Kubatko of MASN Sports reports.
Ramirez was in the mix for an Opening Day roster spot, but his 5.11 ERA and 3.7 HR/9 through five spring appearances (12.1 innings) assured he would be returning to the minors to open the 2019 season. The right-hander will provide a swingman option for the Orioles if needed.
Ramirez will start the Orioles' Grapefruit League opener Saturday against the Twins, Roch Kubatko of MASN Sports reports.
The 25-year-old got his first taste of Triple-A and the big leagues in 2018, posting a 3.88 ERA and a 5.92 ERA, respectively. Ramirez is competing for a rotation spot this spring, though his numbers outside of his solid 8.5 K/9 in the majors last season leave something to be desired. He figures to start 2019 back at Triple-A Norfolk.
Ramirez will start Game 2 of Saturday's doubleheader against the Astros, Eduardo A. Encina of The Baltimore Sun reports.
Ramirez was originally scheduled to start Friday's game, but Thursday's postponement prompted the Orioles to push their starting rotation back by a day. David Hess will now get the ball Friday, with Ramirez and Dylan Bundy covering the twin bill. The 24-year-old Ramirez owns a 6.07 ERA, 1.55 WHIP and 58:33 K:BB through 16 appearances (11 starts) with the big club this season.
Manager Buck Showalter said Ramirez (thumb) will start Friday's game against Houston, Roch Kubatko of MASN Sports reports.
Ramirez was scratched from his projected start Wednesday due to a cut on his thumb, but it appears as though that minor injury won't keep him from making one last start in 2018. Ryan Meisinger took his place for the first game of Wednesday's doubleheader against Boston.
Ramirez won't make his scheduled start Wednesday in Boston due to a cut on his thumb, Roch Kubatko of MASN Sports reports.
It's unclear if the cut will simply delay him by a day or two or if it will cause him to miss his turn in the rotation entirely. If it's the latter, then his season is already over as the Orioles have just seven games remaining. A replacement for Wednesday has yet to be announced. John Means, who was called up Monday, could be a candidate.
Ramirez (1-7) allowed six runs on six hits and three walks while striking out three over 3.2 innings, taking the loss Friday against New York.
The Yankees teed off on Ramirez from the start, scoring two in the first inning and four in the fourth before chasing him from the ballgame. The 24-year-old has failed to work six full innings in any of his 11 starts this season and owns a 6.07 ERA and 1.55 WHIP with 58 strikeouts over 59.1 frames. He figures to take the mound one final time this season Wednesday in Boston.
Ramirez (1-6) struck out seven but took the loss Saturday, allowing one run on four hits and a walk over 5.2 innings as the Orioles fell 2-0 to the White Sox.
The rookie put together one of his better performances of the year and tied his career high with seven strikeouts, but he simply got outdueled by the red-hot Reynaldo Lopez. Ramirez will face a much tougher test in his next start Friday on the road against the Yankees.
Ramirez will return to the rotation to start Saturday against the White Sox, Roch Kubatko of MASN Sports reports.
Ramirez has made nine starts and five relief appearances for the Orioles this season, struggling to a 5.94 ERA. His strikeout rate of 21.0 percent is mediocre, while his 12.7 percent walk rate is poor.
Ramirez will no longer start during the team's upcoming three-game series against the Blue Jays, which starts Monday, Eduardo A. Encina of The Baltimore Sun reports.
David Hess and Alex Cobb are scheduled to pitch Monday and Wednesday, and manager Buck Showalter said prior to Monday's series opener that someone would be promoted from the minors to start Tuesday, leaving Ramirez to continue in the bullpen for the time being. After compiling a 10.53 ERA in five second-half starts, the 24-year-old struck out two across three scoreless innings of relief against the Yankees over the weekend.
Ramirez isn't expected to make his next start until the Orioles' three-game series with the Blue Jays, which begins Monday.
Ramirez, whose previous start came last weekend in Cleveland, was dropped from the Orioles' pitching schedule this week after an off day Thursday allowed the team to reorder its rotation. Rather than turning to Ramirez for one half of Saturday's doubleheader with the Yankees, the Orioles recalled Jimmy Yacabonis from Triple-A Norfolk to start Game 1. Yacabonis is serving as the club's 26th man for the twin bill and is expected to be sent back to Norfolk after the start, paving the way for Ramirez to rejoin the rotation versus Toronto. The time off could prove beneficial to Ramirez, who has posted a 10.53 ERA and 2.08 WHIP in five starts since the All-Star break.
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