Ramon Castro

  • 2B
  • B/T: R/R
  • 6' 0" /195


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Ramon Castro MLB Career Stats

15 .133 0 3 0 .388

Ramon Castro Bio

  • Full Name: Ramon Alfredo Castro
  • Born: 10/23/1979 in Valencia, Venezuela
  • Draft: 2002, Chicago White Sox, 44th rd. (1317th overall)
  • Debut: 6/21/2004
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MLB Career Stats 15 2 2 0 3 0 .133 .188 .388


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Ramon Castro Stats

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Ramon Castro Advanced Stats

*Since 2006
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Ramon Castro Statcast Events

Ramon Castro Latest Transactions

Team Date Transaction
November 4, 2016 Kansas City Royals signed free agent RHP Ramon Castro to a minor league contract.
December 15, 2015 2B Ramon Castro assigned to Lexington Legends.
December 4, 2015 Kansas City Royals signed free agent 2B Ramon Castro to a minor league contract.
November 6, 2015 2B Ramon Castro elected free agency.
September 25, 2015 Omaha Storm Chasers activated 2B Ramon Castro from the 7-day disabled list.
April 8, 2015 2B Ramon Castro assigned to Omaha Storm Chasers from Northwest Arkansas Naturals.
March 23, 2015 2B Ramon Castro assigned to Northwest Arkansas Naturals.
March 14, 2015 Kansas City Royals signed free agent 2B Ramon Castro to a minor league contract.
April 8, 2011 Rojos del Aguila de Veracruz released 2B Ramon Castro.
March 13, 2011 Rojos del Aguila de Veracruz signed 2B Ramon Castro.
March 16, 2010 Guerreros de Oaxaca signed free agent 2B Ramon Castro.
July 10, 2009 3B Ramon Castro assigned to Connecticut Defenders from Giants Extended Spring Training.
July 7, 2009 Ramon Castro assigned to Giants Extended Spring Training from Connecticut Defenders.
June 24, 2009 Connecticut Defenders signed free agent Ramon Castro.

Ramon Alfredo Castro Bio Info

Ramon Abraham Castro attended Vega Baja (PR) High School and became the first player from Puerto Rico ever selected in the first round of the June draft when the Astros selected him as the 17th overall pick in 1994. 2006 Placed on the 15-Day Disabled List on Aug. 4, retroactive to July 27, with a sore left rib cage...Suffered a Grade 1 strain and a torn medial meniscus of his left knee warming up prior to a rehabilitation game at Brooklyn on Aug. 21...Underwent surgery on Aug. 23 to repair the torn medial meniscus at the Hospital for Special Surgery in Manhattan...Procedure was performed by Team Physician Dr.Straun Coleman...Collected his 100th career RBI, June 18 vs. Baltimore with a solo home run off Chris Britton...Tied his career-high with a six-game hitting streak from April 13-April 30...Batted .423 (11-26) with four runs scored, three doubles, a home run and three RBIs in those games...Tied his career-high with three hits on April 26 at San Francisco... Also had three hits on April 22 at San Diego...Now has four, three-hit contests in his career...Threw out nine of 26 runners attempting to steal (35 percent).

POSTSEASON: Was on the playoff roster for the NLDS and NLCS, but did not appear in a game. 2005 Appeared in 99 games, collecting 26 runs, 51 hits, 16 doubles, eight home runs and 41 RBI, all career highs...Extended his career-high with his eighth home run of the season on September 22nd vs. Florida (off Dontrelle Willis)...Registered his career-high seventh home run of the year on August 31st vs. Philadelphia (off Brett Myers)...Collected a career-best five RBI, August 23rd at Arizona...Previously had seven games with three RBI...Placed on the 15-Day Disabled List on May 15th with a strained right quadriceps...Was reinstated on June 2nd...Stole his first Major League base, April 10th at Atlanta...Threw out 11 of 35 runners (31 percent) attempting to steal, the fifth best percentage in the National League. 2004 Left for a pinch-hitter in the second inning on June 1st vs.Cincinnati due to pain in his right big toe...Placed on the 15-Day Disabled List the next day with inflammation of the toe and was transferred to the 60-Day Disabled List on July 31st...Did not play the rest of the season...Had surgery on August 12th to repair a tendon in his right big toe...His season ended on June 1st because of an injury to his right big toe. 2003 Began the year at Triple-A Richmond in the Atlanta Braves organization for the second consecutive season but finished it at Double-A Greenville for the second straight year...batted a combined .250 with five home runs and 28 RBI in 99 games...the batting average including a .239 (16 for 67) mark against left handers and .253 (56 for 221) against right handers...hit .227 (15 for 66) with runners in scoring position...appeared in 38 games at third base, 22 at shortstop, 18 at second base and one at first base...was also 1 for 11 (.091) as a pinch hitter...batted in every spot in the order but saw most of his playing time hitting first (17 for 67, .254), second (17 for 57, .298) and ninth (8 for 57, .140)...hit .155 (13 for 84) with no home runs and eight RBI in 33 games at Richmond...was just 3 for 33 (.091) at his home ballpark... had just one multiple hit game, a 2 for 4 performance on April 22 at Columbus...average peaked at .169 on May 25...went 1 for 13 over his next eight games and was transferred to Greenville on June 12...batted .289 with five home runs and 20 RBI in 66 games at Double-A...was hitting .214 (6 for 28) over his first 14 games before an eight-game hitting streak from June 28 to July 5 (12 for 34, .353) boosted his average to .290...had no home runs in his first 59 games of 2003 before going deep twice on July 14 in a 9-4 win at Tennessee...went another 19 games before homering three times over a 12-game span from August 9 to 22...homered in consecutive games on August 21 and 22 at Jacksonville to begin a season-ending and season-high 10-game hitting streak (14 for 41, .341)...hit .329 (28 for 85) with seven of his nine doubles, three of his five home runs and 10 of his 20 RBI in 26 games in August. 2002 played for three different clubs in the Atlanta farm system and combined for career highs in batting (.287), runs (72), home runs (12), walks (56) and stolen bases (20)...ranked sixth in the Braves farm system in batting...appeared in 63 games at shortstop and 21 each at second base and third base...was the opening day shortstop at Triple-A Richmond but was on the disabled list from April 10 to 18 with a left ankle sprain...was assigned to Double-A Greenville on April 18 but returned to Richmond on May 18...scored a run in 14 straight games from April 19 to May 4, the longest such streak in the minors in 2002...was second in the Southern League with a .370 batting average when he was sent back to Richmond...homered in both ends of a May 20 doubleheader against Rochester...was on the disabled list for the second time from June 21 to July 27 with a sprained right wrist...hit .250 (8 for 32) on a nine-game rehab assignment with the Gulf Coast Braves and was sent back to Greenville on July 27...was 4 for 6 with two home runs and five RBI on July 29 at Carolina. 2001 batted a combined .278 with seven home runs and 46 RBI in 112 games at Double-A Greenville and Triple-A Richmond...had career highs in games, at bats (396), hits (110), doubles (27), triples (7) and RBI...his batting average ranked eighth in the Braves farm system...appeared in 91 games at shortstop, 15 at second base and six at third base...matched his career low with 13 errors...was named Southern League Player of the Week for the week of May 25-31...was Greenville's lone representative in the Double-A All-Star Game at Round Rock...doubled and homered in the game...was batting .307 with six home runs and 31 RBI in 76 games at Greenville when he was promoted to Richmond on July 12...was leading the team in average and triples (5) and was sixth in the SL in batting and fifth in slugging (.487) at the time of his promotion...ended up leading Greenville in triples...separated his left shoulder turning a double play on August 17 against Columbus and missed the remainder of the season. 1997 made his professional debut at Eugene of the Northwest League and hit .199 in 71 games...appeared in 69 games at shortstop. 1998 played for Eugene for the second consecutive season and batted .260 with three home runs and 33 RBI...finished second in the Northwest League in at bats (296) and tied for third in games played (74)...led the Emeralds in games and at bats, finished second in hits (77) and total bases (98) and tied for second in RBI...was 8 for 9 in stolen base attempts...appeared in 37 games at second base, 31 at third base and 10 at shortstop. 1999 spent the entire season with Macon of the South Atlantic League and hit .260 with three home runs and 33 RBI in 105 games...ld the team in sacrifice hits (7)...appeared in 39 games at second base, 29 at shortstop, 16 at third base, two in left field and one in right field...also hit .258 (17 for 66) in 18 games as the designated hitter...committed a career low 13 errors...best month of the season was April when he hit .404 (19 for 47) in 13 games...had a 10-game hitting streak from April 22 to May 3 (18 for 37, .486)...was 4 for 4 with two walks on June 18 at Charleston,West Virginia. 2000 batted .252 with five home runs and 44 RBI in 108 games with Myrtle Beach of the Carolina League...led his team with 12 hit by pitches...appeared in 91 games at shortstop, 11 at second base and one at first base...hit .326 (29 for 89) against left handers and .230 (68 for 296) against right handers...was 5 for 12 (.417) with the bases loaded, including a grand slam on August 25 at Salem...was named Myrtle Beach Player of the Month in July when he hit .311 (38 for 122) with two home runs and 17 RBI in 27 games...had a 29-game errorless streak from June 11 to July 18...went 1 for 12 (.083) in three playoff games.