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What happened to Aramis Ramirez?

What happened to Aramis Ramirez?

On September 9, 2015, Ramirez played a position other than third base for the first time in his Major League career, starting at first base. Ramírez formally announced his retirement from MLB on November 5 but added that he hoped to play one final season in the Dominican Winter League with los Tigres del Licey.

What years did Aramis Ramirez play for the Cubs?

Aramis Ramírez
Home runs 386
Runs batted in 1,417
Pittsburgh Pirates (1998–2003) Chicago Cubs (2003–2011) Milwaukee Brewers (2012–2015) Pittsburgh Pirates (2015)

Is Aramis Ramirez still playing?

From 2003-2011, the hot corner at Wrigley Field was manned by Cubs fan-favorite Aramis Ramirez. The now 42-year-old retired third baseman, who hung up his cleats and glove after the 2015 season, is eligible for the Hall of Fame. He is officially on the 2021 ballot, along with 10 other first-year eligible players.

Where did Aramis Ramirez play in the MLB?

Aramis Ramírez. Aramis Nin Ramírez (/əˈrɑːmɪs/; born June 25, 1978) is a Dominican former professional baseball third baseman, who played 18 seasons in Major League Baseball (MLB) for the Pittsburgh Pirates, Chicago Cubs, and Milwaukee Brewers.

What was Aramis Ramirez career high in RBI?

His career-high-tying 80 extra-base hits (also 2006) tied teammate Ryan Braun for the NL lead. Was also among the National League leaders in RBI (4th, 105), total bases (4th, 308) and slugging percentage (5th, .540). His 103 RBI as a third baseman set a franchise record (Casey McGehee, 102 RBI in 2010).

When did Aramis Ramirez get the Silver Slugger?

On November 2, 2011, Ramirez was awarded the Louisville Slugger Silver Slugger Award for best offensive NL third baseman. In his ninth season as a Cub, Ramirez batted .306 with 35 doubles, 26 home runs and a team-high 93 RBIs.

When did Aramis Ramirez go on the disabled list?

Aramis ranked second on the club with 65 RBI despite spending nearly two months on the disabled list and appearing in just 82 games. Was on the disabled list, May 9-July 6, after he dislocated his left shoulder May 8 in Milwaukee diving for Ryan Braun’s ground ball in the third inning.