Johan Ramos Valentin Camargo… Signed by: Luis Ortiz
Was shuttled between Gwinnett (AAA) and ATL all season...Appeared in 15 games for ATL over seven stints, including games at 1st base, 2nd base, 3rd base and designated hitter...Appeared in four NLCS games against LAD for the eventual world champions...Started a 5-4-3 triple play on 6/5 vs Jacksonville...Had a team-best 20-game on-base streak for Gwinnett, 7/22-8/14...Slashed .414/.481/.743 (1.224 OPS) in 19 games for Gwinnett in September.
In his fourth major-league season, played in 35 games and hit .200/.244/.367 (24-for-120) with four home runs and nine RBI...Twelve of his 24 hits went for extra bases (8 2B, 4 HR)... Started 31 of the 35 games he appeared…Twenty-one of his starts came at second base, serving as the primary second baseman when Ozzie Albies went on the injured list…His other 10 starts came at third base...Had 0.5 defensive bWAR…Totaled 1.1 defensive bWAR in his first three seasons...His four Outs Above Average were the most on the team and tied for 19th most in major leagues...Had one error, in 113 total chances (.991)...Had just six walks and 35 strikeouts…His 4.7% walk rate was his lowest since his rookie season, while his 27.6% strikeout rate was easily the highest of his career...Over his final nine games, struck out just three times, covering 34 plate appearances (8.8%)...Had a season-best six-game hitting streak, from 8/29-9/4, tied for the second longest of his career…Hit .348/.400/.565 (8-for-23) in that stretch...That streak began when he snapped an 18-at-bat hitless streak by hitting a 442-foot home run off Philadelphia’s Zach Eflin, the longest homer of his career...Began the season with the Braves…Made his second career Opening Day roster, after also doing so last season…Optioned to the club’s alternate training site on 9/9, where he spent the rest of the regular season...Following the season, played in 15 games in the Dominican Winter League with Aguilas Cibaenas...Hit .212/.311/.231 (11-for-52) with one double, seven RBI and as many walks (7) and strikeouts (7)...Also played for the Dominican Republic in the Caribbean Series...In seven games, went 3-for-22 (.136) with one homer, two RBI and two walks.
Went 2-for-8 with a double, RBI and two walks in four games, all in the NLCS…Replaced OF Adam Duvall (strained left oblique) on the roster prior to Game 2...Began his postseason career 0-for-18… Went 0-for-15 in the 2018 NLDS against the Dodgers, his only previous postseason experience...Made the Braves Wild Card Series roster but did not appear in either game.
In his second full major league season, played in 98 games and hit .233 (54-for-232) with 12 doubles, one triple, seven home runs, 32 RBI and 31 runs scored…Defensively, appeared at six different positions (1B, 2B, 3B, SS, LF, RF)...Saw his first career major league action at first base, playing an inning on 7/16, and right field, making five starts...Made his first 13 career starts in the outfield, with eight starts in left field and five in right field...Committed only one error in 27 total chances in the outfield, totaling 16 games (113.2 innings)...Went 10-for-38 as a pinch hitter, slashing .263/.282/.658…Seven of his 10 pinch hits went for extra bases, with three doubles and four home runs…Only San Francisco's Pablo Sandoval (10) and Pittsburgh's José Osuna (8) had more extra-base pinch hits…Tyler Austin also had seven between the Twins, Giants and Brewers...All four of his pinch-hit home runs in his career came in 2019…The Pirates' Osuna was the only player in baseball to hit more (5)…Three other players - Tyler Austin, Curtis Granderson and Raimel Tapia - also hit four...Is the fourth player in Braves history to hit at least that many pinch-hit home runs in a season…Evan Gattis (2013) and Tommy Gregg (1990) also hit four, while Butch Nieman hit a franchise record five for Boston in 1945...With runners in scoring position, batted .309/.406/.455 (17-for-55) with six extra-base hits and 23 RBI...The only players on the Braves to hit for a higher batting average in those situations were Freddie Freeman (.358), Ozzie Albies (.338) and Ronald Acuña Jr. (.323)...Was optioned to Triple-A Gwinnett on 8/16 and recalled to Atlanta on 9/1…In 14 games with the Stripers, batted .483/.531/.690 (28-for-58) with eight extra-base hits (6 2B, 2 HR), 15 RBI, five walks and 10 runs...Had at least one hit in 13 of those games, including multiple hits in nine…In the time he was with Gwinnett, led the International League in batting average, hits, on-base percentage and OPS...n his first nine games with the Braves after the recall, went 5-for-11 (.455)…Four of those five hits went for extra bases (2 2B, 2 HR)…Posted a .500 on-base percentage and a 1.182 slugging percentage in that time...Fractured his right shin after fouling a ball off the shin in a September 11 at-bat at Philadelphia… Missed the rest of the season with the injury, including the postseason.
Hit .272 (126-for-464) with 19 home runs and an .806 OPS in 134 games during in his first full season at the major league level ... Hit .339 (39-for-115) with a 1.023 OPS with runners in scoring position…His OPS in these situations ranked second in the National League among qualified hitters...Only Cincinnati's Joey Votto (1.028) was better ... His 19 home runs were the most by a Braves third baseman since Chipper Jones hit 22 in 2008 ... Began the season on the 10-day disabled list with a right oblique muscle strain…Missed 16 games from 3/29-4/18 ... Returned to the lineup on 4/18 vs. PHI and struck out as a pinch hitter…His first three plate appearances of the season came in a pinch-hit role ... Went 3-for-5 for Triple-A Gwinnett on 4/18 to become the first player to play in both a minor league and major league game on the same day since Lane Adams did it for the Braves, 6/7/17…Adams pinch hit against the Phillies after starting the day with a 2-for-4 effort for Gwinnett ... After being named the starting third baseman on 5/20, he hit .279 (112-for-402) with 17 home runs in 110 games ... His 17 home runs over this stretch were the second most on the team, trailing only Ronald Acuña Jr.'s 22…His 10 gamewinning RBI in this stretch also tied for the team lead with Freddie Freeman ... Played primarily at third base (114 games, 105 starts)…Also appeared at shortstop (18 games, 15 starts) and second base (three games, two starts) ... A switch hitter, hit .273 (88-for-322) with 12 home runs and a .805 OPS from the left side and .268 (38-for-142) with seven home runs and a .808 OPS as a righty ... Hit a solo shot on 5/29 vs. NYM (off Gerson Baustista) in the bottom of the ninth for his first career game-ending home run…His shot gave the Braves a 7-6 win.Hit his first career grand slam on 6/19 at TOR off Jaime García ... Finished the game 4-for-5 with five RBI from the No. 9 spot...Since the RBI became an official stat in 1920, only three N.L. No. 9 hitters have had four hits and five RBI: Jack Scott (1926), Johnny Sain (1946) and Micah Owings (2007) ... Started all four games against LAD in the NLDS and went 0-for-15 with a walk and five strikeouts.
In his sixth professional season, made his major league debut on 4/11 after being recalled from Triple-A Gwinnett earlier that day…Entered the game as a pinch-hitter in the seventh inning (strikeout, reached first base on a wild pitch)...Collected his first major league hit on 4/16 vs. SD with an eighth-inning, RBI-pinch single… Hit his first career home run, 7/9 off WSH's Matt Grace. ..Overall was with the MLB club on three separate occasions and played in a total of 82 games, including 59 starts between third base (30), short stop (23) and second base (6)...Finished the season ranked tied for second among major league rookies (minimum 200 at-bats) with a .299 (72-for-241) batting average...Collected 21 doubles, all of which came over his first 77 games with Atlanta…His 21 doubles were the most through a player's first 77 games in Atlanta franchise history...After 6/3, his final recall from the G-Braves, his 21 doubles were just nine off the National League lead, despite having 103 fewer at-bats than leader Odúbel Herrera. ..Hit .310 with 19 doubles across 64 games, 6/16 through the end of the season…Opened his MLB career hitting .226 (7-for-31) with a .250 on-base percentage in his first 18 games...Hit .295 (65-for-220) with a .330 on-base percentage, 19 doubles, two triples, four home runs and 27 runs scored in 60 starts (technically 59 starts, was scratched just prior to first pitch on 8/8 vs. PHI) with Atlanta...With Atlanta, batted .403 (29-for-72) with 10 doubles, three home runs and a .434 on-base percentage from the right side…Hit .254 (43-for-169) with 11 doubles and a .287 on-base percentage as a left-handed hitter... Primarily played two defensive positions while with Atlanta…Appeared in 43 games (30 starts) at third base, 26 games (23 starts) at shortstop…Also appeared in nine games (six starts) at second base and one game in left field... Produced a .980 fielding percentage with the major league club, committing just four errors in 198 total chances...Strung together four straight multi-hit contests, 6/17-20…Had a .643 (9-for-14) average during the run...Suffered a right knee bone bruise on 8/9 during pre-game warmups and was placed on the 10-day disabled list…Following three rehabilitation games, was activated off the disabled list on 9/5 and batted .321 (18-for-56, 4 2B, HR, 4 R, 8 RBI) over his final 18 games...Opened the season with Triple-A Gwinnett and was a part of their roster on three separate occasions (not including a two-game rehabilitation stint)…Overall, batted .311 (38-for-122) with nine doubles, four home runs, 20 RBI and 17 runs scored in 31 games in his AAA debut…Also played in two rehabilitation games with GWN, 9/3 and 9/4 (0-for-7)...Named by the organization as Gwinnett's Player of the Month for May after posting a .337 (30-for-89) average with two homers and 14 RBI.
Spent his first full season at the Double-A level in 2016 playing in 126 games, including 124 starts for the Mississippi Braves…Batted .267 (119-for-446) with a career-high 26 doubles, a career-high four home runs and 43 RBI…Had 36 total extra-base hits... Ranked second on the M-Braves in games (126), at-bats (446), hits (119) and doubles (26), third in triples (six) and batting average (tied, .267), and fourth in RBI (43) and runs (46)...His 26 doubles also ranked seventh among Atlanta farmhands...Split time at second base, shortstop and third base, making 124 total starts…Made the most starts at second base with 64, followed by 31 starts at shortstop and 29 starts at third base…Posted a .971 fielding percentage (15 errors in 509 total chances) among the three positions...Batted .354 (34-for-96) in 27 games in July, with 14 runs, nine doubles, three triples and 14 RBI...Compiled a .320 (24-for-75) average against left-handed pitchers, while hitting .256 (95-for-371) versus righties...Closed the season by hitting .291 (65-for-223) in 62 games after the All-Star break, with 24 of his 36 extra-base hits on the season...Batted .315 (58-for-184) with runners on base, including a .296 (32-for-108) mark with runners in scoring position...Had his contract selected and was added to the 40-man roster on 11/18...Ranked by Baseball America as Atlanta's No. 27 prospect entering 2016, and as the "Best Defensive Infielder" in the farm system.
Played for Mississippi (AA)...Posted an .898 OPS in 27 games in July.
Spent majority of the season with Rome (A) but appeared in 17 games for Lynchburg (A).