Erasmo Ramirez

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Erasmo Ramirez MLB Career Stats

8-4 3.95 114.0 56 1.17

Erasmo Ramirez Bio

  • Full Name: Erasmo Ramirez
  • Born: 4/29/1976 in Santa Ana, CA
  • Draft: 1998, San Francisco Giants, 11th rd. (338th overall)
  • College: Cal State Fullerton
  • Debut: April 30, 2003
  • Ret., Final Game: 7/13/2007
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MLB Career Stats 8 4 3.95 91 0 0 114.0 56 1.17


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Nickname is "Eraser"...participated in Rangers' winter caravan and has done concrete work with his father over the offseason... also participated in Rangers' Hurricane Katrina relief efforts, visiting displaced Gulf Coast residents at local shelters...hobbies include movies, video games and reading...his brother, Ivan, was a 50th round draft selection by Texas in 2004 and pitched for Bakersfield (A) in 2005...favorite player growing up was Will Clark and favorite team was San Francisco Giants...favorite park to visit is Angel Stadium of Anaheim...Erasmo and his wife, Veronica Vallejo-Ramirez, were married on November 4, 2000 and have a daughter, Liliana Monserrat (10/27/03). 2007 Made three appearances for the A's in June and did not allow a run in 3.0 innings...opponents were 3 for 11 (.273) and he did not strike out a batter while walking one...was selected from Triple-A Sacramento on May 25 and appeared in consecutive games on May 26 and 27 at Baltimore...then went 18 days without pitching before facing St. Louis in his final outing with Oakland on June 15...was designated for assignment on June 16, sent outright to Sacramento on June 18 and elected minor league free agency on June 20...signed a minor league contract with the Florida organization on June 24 and was selected by the Marlins on July 2...posted a 5.40 ERA in four games and compiled a 2.84 ERA (6.1 ip, 7 h, 2 r, 2 er, 3 bb, 1 so) in seven appearances overall in the Majors...did not allow a run until his final outing on July 13 against Washington when he allowed two runs in 0.2 innings...was designated for assignment on July 14 and sent outright to Triple-A Albuquerque on July 18...combined for a 5-1 record, three saves, four blown saves and a 2.51 ERA in 41 relief appearances with Sacramento and Albuquerque...allowed a .271 opponents batting average, which broke down to .243 (18 for 74) against left-handed hitters and .293 (27 for 92) against righthanders... allowed three home runs in 43.0 innings...walked six while striking out 21...opponents hit .263 with runners in scoring position...began the year at Sacramento and went 3-0 with two saves and a 1.27 ERA in 19 games...did not allow a home run in 21.1 innings...did not allow a run in his first six outings (7.2 ip) or his final seven (8.1 ip)...had a 5.06 ERA in six games in between...recorded the win in back-to-back outings on April 22 and 24 against Las Vegas...his two saves came in consecutive outings on May 17 and 20 against Colorado Springs...was 2-1 with a save and a 3.74 ERA in 22 relief appearances with Albuquerque...had a seven-game scoreless streak from June 30 to July 30 (6.0 ip)...did not strike out a batter over his first 11 outings (9.1 ip) and then fanned a season high three in 1.0 innings on August 1 against Salt Lake...had one at bat in 2007 and it came on August 24 against Memphis, a strikeout...tossed 2.0 innings in each of his final three outings, matching his season high for innings pitched...matched his season high with three strikeouts on August 29 at Round Rock. 2005 Appeared in 16 games for Texas over 3 stints with the club, posting no record and a 3.91 ERA (10 ER/23.0 IP)...was with the Rangers from July 14-23, August 9-13 and August 27-end of season...began season on the 15-day disabled list with a strained left middle finger... rehabbed the injury at extended spring training in Surprise, AZ...was activated from the DL on June 30 and optioned to Oklahoma...recalled on July 14 and made first major league appearance of the season on July 15 at Oakland, inducing an inningending double play grounder from Mark Kotsay, the only batter he faced...did not allow a run in 4.0 innings over first 3 big league outings in 2005...recorded a 10.13 ERA (6 ER/5.1 IP) in 5 outings from July 20-August 28 to raise ERA to 5.79...posted a 2.63 ERA (4 ER/13.2 IP) in final 8 appearances to finish the season with a 3.91 ERA...permitted runs in 7 of 16 outings...allowed 4 of 16 (25%) inherited runners to score and was 0-1 in save opportunities...opposing batters hit .273, with left-handers batting .350 (14-40) and right-handers batting .208 (10-48)...first batters hit .286 (4-14) with one walk.

Oklahoma: Went 0-0, 3.79 (8 ER/19.0 IP) with one save in 16 appearances for the RedHawks...allowed runs in 5 of 16 outings...earned lone save on July 1 vs. Iowa, retiring only batter faced for the game's final out...recorded season-high 2.0 innings on 4 occasions. 2004 Ranked 7th on the staff with 34 relief appearances over 3 stints with Texas.

Texas: Permitted a run in 11 of 34 appearances and allowed 12 of 39 (30.8%) inherited runners to score...first batters hit .267 (8-30) with 4 walks...was 0-2 in save opportunities, had 3 holds and finished 6 games...made Opening Day roster for first time in his career...posted 3.15 ERA over first 20 appearances through June 7...allowed 8 runs (6 earned) over next 3 outings from June 10-15 and was optioned to Oklahoma (AAA) on June 18...recalled by club on July 26 and pitched 1.2 shutout innings on July 31 before he was optioned again on Aug. 2...recalled by club for final time on Aug. 12...tossed 1.2 shutout innings on Aug. 16 vs. Cleveland and was placed on disabled list on Aug. 23 with left shoulder tendinitis...was first DL stint of his career...activated on Sept. 1 and had 4.32 ERA over final 9 outings to finish at 4.29.

Oklahoma: Made 14 relief appearances in the Pacific Coast League, posting a 3.93 figure (8 ER/18.1 IP) over final 13 outings with RedHawks...pitched at least 2.0 innings on 5 occasions, including season-high 3.0 frames on July 6 at New Orleans...each of his 10 strikeouts came in a 6-game stretch from July 6-24, spanning 10.2 innings...lone win came with 2.0 shutout innings on Aug. 2 at Sacramento...permitted runs in 8 of 14 outings...opposing PCL batters hit .299, with lefties at .176 (3-17) and right-handers at .333 (20-60).

2004 Notes: Matched career high with 34 appearances...pitched season-high 2.0 innings on June 4 at New York, retiring all 6 batters faced...pitched less than 1.0 innings 11 times...had 2 strikeouts on 3 occasions...had 2nd-most decisions (8) among Texas relievers behind Carlos Almanzar (10)...opponents batted .252 with lefties at .290 (18-62) and right-handers at .219 (16-73)...held opponents to a .190 average (8-42) with runners in scoring position...allowed home runs to both John Mabry and Roger Cedeno on June 13 vs. St. Louis, but permitted no long balls in final 12 outings and 13.0 innings...had a 4.85 ERA (7 ER/13.0 IP) in 13 outings against AL West, but posted 2.00 figure (4 ER/18.0 IP) in 17 appearances vs. rest of American League...made just one big league appearance in both July and 0-3 in save chances in his career. 2003 In his first major league action, he made 34 appearances out of the bullpen over 3 stints with Texas...was 3-1, 3.86 (21 ER/49.0 IP)...permitted a run in 11 of 34 games with 4 of 17 inherited runners crossing the plate...first batters hit .355 (11-31)...0-1 in save tries, had 2 holds, and finished 9 games...purchased from Frisco (AA) on April 27, pitching a 0.1 scoreless inning in big league debut on April 30 in Toronto...worked 1.1 frames without allowing a run in 2 outings before outright to Oklahoma (AAA) on May 3...purchased from the RedHawks on June 8 and posted a 7.56 ERA (7 ER/8.1 IP) in 6 games before returning to Oklahoma on June 22...recalled for remainder of year on July 21...had a 0.81 ERA (2 ER/22.1 IP) in first 12 games after return...that included a string of 15.2 consecutive scoreless innings, July 31-August 18, the longest span by a Ranger in 2003...season ERA was 2.53 through August 18 but had a 6.35 ERA (12 ER/17 IP) figure in final 14 appearances...recorded first big league victory, July 23 vs. Anaheim with all 3 wins coming in span of 5 appearances, July 23-August 2...worked 3 innings twice, both vs. Detroit, August 12 and 18...opponents batted .251, .250 (16-64) vs. left-handers and .252 (30-119) against right-handed hitters...posted ERA's of 3.86 both home and away...Minor Leagues: Began season at Oklahoma and went 0-0, 1.59 in first 4 appearances before being sent to Frisco on April 17...made 3 appearances for the RoughRiders and went 1-0, 6.00 (2 ER/3.0 IP)...pitched one inning and struck out 2 in lone win over El Paso on April 25...returned to Oklahoma on May 3...during month of May was 2-0, 1.46 (2 ER/12.1 IP) with 2 saves...wins came in consecutive outings at Tacoma on May 11 and vs. Memphis on May 15...opponents hit .257, .242 (8-33) by left-handers and .262 (28-107) by right-handers...finished 11 games...pitched a season-high 3.2 innings on June 2 vs. Colorado Springs and struck out a season-high 3 in that outing. 2002 Split the season between Tulsa (AA) and Oklahoma...lost first 2 decisions with Tulsa, before going 4-0 with 2 saves the rest of the way earning a promotion to Oklahoma...continued his winning streak with the RedHawks going 3-0 with a save in his first 5 outings...did not allow an earned run in his first 12 appearances...posted a 1.29 ERA (3 ER/21.0 IP) in 25 showings for OKC...held opposition to a .195 average (15-77). 2001 Combined to go 7-3, 3.10 (28 ER/81.1 IP) with 3 different teams...opened season with San Jose (A) of California League, going 8 games and 12.0 innings without allowing a run April 16-May 3...won consecutive games April 26 (2) at Modesto and April 28 vs. Lancaster...held CL opponents to a .193 average (23-119) as lefties went 0-21...had 33 K's against 5 walks when promoted to Shreveport (AA) in mid-May...allowed runs in first 2 outings before posting 1.08 ERA (3 ER/25.0 IP) over next 17 outings...made lone start on July 6 vs. Tulsa...allowed runs in 5 of 12 games for Tulsa after July trade...struck out season-high 6 on August 19 at Round Rock. 2000 Spent year with Shreveport, posting 5.06 ERA (9 ER/16.0 IP) before allowing runs in 16 of final 22 games and taking 4 losses in that span...registered season-high 5 K's on 2 occasions, including last start on September 1 vs. Arkansas. 1999 Missed all of June and July with injury...over final 14 games, posted 1.08 ERA (3 ER/25.0 IP)...recorded season-high 5 strikeouts on April 27 vs. Lancaster...2-0, 0.92 (3 ER/29.1 IP) on the road while having 4.50 ERA (14 ER/28.0 IP) at home. 1998 Made pro debut with Salem-Keizer (A) of Northwest League before finishing season with Bakersfield (A) in California League.