Was born in Humacao, located in the southeast coast of Puerto Rico...At tended Leadership Christian Academy in Guaynabo, PR and was committed to play baseball at FIU prior to signing with the Giants...Represented the Giants in the SirisuXM Futures Game in 2018 and 2019...Was the MVP of the 2016 Under Armour All-America Baseball Game, a showcase of high school juniors and seniors that was held at Wrigley Field on July 23, 2016...Was the highest drafted player out of Puerto Rico since Carlos Correa was the first overall pick in the 2012 draft...Played for Santurce of the Puerto Rican Winter League in 2018 and hit .258 in 19 games with nine of his 17 hits going for extra-bases...Has two older brothers; Héctor Ramos, who is a professional soccer player and the all-time top scorer of the Puerto Rican national team. His other brother, Henry Ramos, is a minor league baseball player who has spent time with the Giants, Red Sox, Dodgers and Rangers organization. In 2019, Henry was an invite to Giants Spring Training and the two brothers played together in the same outfield for the first time...Selected by San Francisco in the first round (19th overall) of the 2017 First-Year Player Draft; signed by Giants scout Junior Roman.
Split the season between Double-A Richmond and Triple-A Sacramento, combining to hit .254 with 25 doubles, 14 home runs, 56 RBI and a .323 OBP...Was invited to his first Major League Spring Training to start the season and hit .410 (16-for-39) with three doubles, three homers and six RBI in 21 games...Started the season in Richmond and hit .237 with 10 home runs in 62 games before being promoted to Sacramento in mid-July...Posted an .892 OPS with 10 extra-base hits and 12 RBI in May with Richmond (22 games) but struggled through June (.529 OPS)...Rebounded in early July with a .951 OPS through 14 games with Richmond to earn his promotion to Triple-A...Hit .272 and drove in 30 runs in 54 games for Sacramento.
Entered the 2020 season as the Giants No. 3 prospect and the No. 71 overall prospect according to MLB Pipeline...Appeared in two games during Major League Spring Training 1.0...suffered a mild oblique strain on a throw home on Feb. 28...Did not play during the season due to COVID-19 but did play at the Giants Alternate Training Site...Appeared in the Fall Instructional League in Arizona following the season...had his time cut short due to another left oblique strain.