2. Hanley Ramirez
  1. General
  2. Awards
  3. Career Stats
  • Born: December 23, 1983 in Samana, Sa D.R.
  • Weight: 235 lbs.
  • Height: 6'2"
  • Bats: R
  • Throws: R
  • Debut: September 20, 2005
  • Final Game: April 17, 2019
  • Rookie of the Year - 2006
  • TSN All-Star - 2007
  • Silver Slugger - 2008
  • Silver Slugger - 2009
  • MVP - 2007
  • MVP - 2008
  • MVP - 2009
  • MVP - 2013
  • Rookie of the Year - 2006
 
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When we talk about the Marlins players, like we did with Giancarlo Stanton, the real good ones are often traded to avoid paying expanding salaries.  This would also be the case with Hanley Ramirez, but it is also the method in which he arrived.

After playing only two Games for the Red Sox in 2005, he was traded at season's end to Florida as one of the many players sent in exchange for Josh Beckett and Mike Lowell.  Ramirez became an instant player with the Marlins, winning the National League Rookie of the Year.  The Shortstop had no sophomore slump, increasing his stats and finishing tenth for the MVP.

Ramirez had similar stats in 2008, but he was an All-Star this time, and he led the NL in Runs (125).  He would go to All-Star Games in the next two years, with his 2009 being especially remarkable, as he won the Batting Title (.342) and finished second for the MVP to the legendary Albert Pujols.  

The Marlins would do what was typical for them, and they traded Ramirez when they could no longer afford him, with the Dodgers being his landing place, although the Marlins was where by far Ramirez was most successful.

As good as Giancarlo Stanton was, it is Ramirez who is the current franchise leader in Offensive bWAR, a testament to his abilities and a knock on his below average defense.  Ramirez had 1,103 Hits, a .300 Batting Average, and 148 Home Runs.

The Bullet Points

  • Position: Short Stop
  • Acquired: Traded from the Boston Red Sox with Jesus Delgado, Harvey Garcia, and Anibal Sanchez for Josh Beckett, Mike Lowell, and Guillermo Mota 11/24/05.
  • Departed: Traded to the Los Angeles Dodgers with Randy Choate for Nathan Eovaldi and Scott McGough 7/25/12.
  • Games Played: 943
  • Notable Statistics:

    666 Runs Scored
    1,103 Hits
    232 Doubles
    26 Triples                       
    148 Home Runs
    482 RBI
    230 Stolen Bases
    .300/.364/.499 Slash Line
    26.9 bWAR                     

    No Playoff Games

  • Major Accolades and Awards:

    All-Star (2008, 2009 & 2010)
    Silver Slugger (2008 & 2009)
    Rookie of the Year (2006)
    Highest Batting Average (2009)
    Most Runs Scored (2008)
    Highest Power-Speed # (2007 & 2008)
    Most Putouts by a Shortstop (2008 & 2009)

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