From Colombia on Saturday, Harold Ramirez reached base three times and scored two runs in his team's 6-5 win. Ramirez went 2-for-4 with two singles and a walk. He is now hitting .317 in 35 games with a .423 slugging percentage. His team moved to 30-8 on the season. The regular season in Colombia ends on Wednesday. Ramirez's team has a first round bye and they will start their playoffs on the 18th.
Ramirez is hitting .315 in Colombia
Yhonathan Barrios has been a pitcher since mid-season this year, doing well in the Gulf Coast League, but he has had some rough outings in Colombia. Barrios played on Saturday, though he was used as a pinch-runner and he scored a run. It was his first non-pitching appearance since switching over to pitching.
From Puerto Rico on Sunday, Eliecer Navarro ...
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