Full name HAROLD ANDRES RAMIREZ... Married to Adriana Tapias....They have a son, Elian...Ramirez’s favorite food is anything that is cooked by his mother...He also enjoys playing sports on the beach when he is away from the baseball diamond.
Was the clean-up hitter for the Marlins in right field on Opening Day (7/24) 2020 before being sidelined three days later with a medical issue...Was on the 60-day IL until Sept. 4, rehabbing the Alternate Site before being activated, appearing in one game (Sept. 5) and was placed on the IL the next day with a left hamstring strain, missing the rest of the season...Was DFA'd by Miami on Feb. 17.
Ranked among the 2019 NL rookie leaders in: hits (116, 6th), average (.276, 7th), triples (3, 7th), multi-hit games (28, T-8th), RBI (50, 8th), doubles (20, T-8th), total bases (175, 9th), and runs (54, 10th)...Had first career walk-off RBI July 26 vs. Arizona with sac fly in 9th inning...Hit first career walk-off homer on August 1 vs. Minnesota in the 12th...Accomplished the feat again in the 12th on August 29 vs. Cincinnati...He became the first player with two walk-off homers in 12th or later in a season since Andre Either (3) in 2009...There were only two other walk-off home runs in 12th or later in Club history entering 2019...He tied the Club record for walk-off home runs in a season by one player (also, Cliff Floyd in 2000)...He reached base safely in 17 of 18 games upon making his Major League debut on May 11, hitting safely in 15 of the contests (.373, 25x67)...He set multiple Club records for the most hits through a player's first: 11 games (15 hits); 15 games (21 hits); 18 games (25 hits); 30 games (38 hits).
Won Eastern League batting title after hitting .320 (148x463) in 120 games for Double-A New Hampshire in Toronto's system. Also, ranked fourth in OPS (.836), fifth in total bases (218), sixth in slugging (.471), and seventh in RBI (70)...Named an Eastern League Postseason All-Star after batting .344 (67x195) with 20 doubles, five home runs, and 35 RBI in 48 second-half games...Hit .355 (43x121) in August. Led league in hits for the month...Named Eastern League Playoffs MVP after batting .400 (8x20) with 5 RBI to lead NH to the Eastern League Championship...Hit .330 (68x206) with 14 doubles, four homers, and 38 RBI at home...Batted .330 (111x336) with 26 doubles, 10 homers, and 51 RBI vs. right-handers...Combined to hit .365 (61x167) with eight home runs and 33 RBI in the third and fourth spots in the lineup... Had a season-high four hits on July 16 vs. Trenton and August 9 at Bowie...Hit a season-high three doubles on July 26 at Hartford...Had a season-long 11-game hitting streak from August 22-31. Hit .447 (21x47) with six doubles, one home run, and 12 RBI during that span... Followed up season by batting .381 (61x160) in 44 games for Caracas in Venezuelan Winter League, with 28 runs scored, 12 doubles, two triples, four homers, 31 RBI, a .459 on-base percentage, a .556 slugging percentage, five steals, and 19 walks against 20 strikeouts...Won league batting title by wide margin over Franklin Barreto (.352). Also led league in on-base percentage and ranked second in slugging.
In his first season with the Double-A Altoona Curve, was selected to play in the 2016 Eastern League All-Star Game..He
had been batting .300/.355/.401 in 70 games at the time of his selection...On August 1, the Pirates traded Ramírez, along with Francisco Liriano and Reese McGuire, to the Blue Jays for Drew Hutchison...Optioned to the Double-A New Hampshire Fisher Cats...Played in just one game for New Hampshire before being placed on the disabled list, where he finished 2016...In 99 total games, hit .311 with two home runs and 50 RBI.