Wilson Ramos


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Aaron Gleeman, el mismo blogger/analista que comentó sobre Oswaldo Sosa dejó ahora sus impresiones sobre Wilson Ramos, a quien considera el 9no mejor prospecto de los Minnesota Twins

También está en inglés, pero les dejo sus comentarios para que los disfruten:

Signed out of Venezuela as a 16-year-old in 2004, Wilson Ramos made his pro debut at rookie-ball in 2006 and hit .286/.339/.435 with three homers, 16 total extra-base hits, and a 14-to-12 strikeout-to-walk ratio in 46 games. Between beginning 2007 in extended spring training and being shut down in August due to a thumb injury, Ramos played full-season ball as a 19-year-old and hit .291/.345/.438 with eight homers, 26 total extra-base hits, and a 61-to-19 strikeout-to-walk ratio in 73 games at low Single-A.

Adjusting for the context of his age, level of competition, defensive position, and offensive environment, Ramos' performance was the best of any position player in the Twins' minor-league system. A .783 OPS from a teenager manning the most demanding defensive position in a pitcher-friendly full-season league is far more impressive than it appears, and when you toss in Ramos' similarly strong debut at rookie-ball and sterling defensive reputation it's easy to see that he's incredibly promising.

Teenage catchers are notoriously difficult to project and have an amazing wash-out rate, but Ramos has hit .290 through his first 119 pro games, gunned down 41 percent of would-be basestealers last season, and has shown the potential for significant power development down the road. He's likely at least three years away from even sniffing the majors, but has flashed the skills that could eventually make talk of moving Joe Mauer out from behind the plate somewhat reasonable.


asi sucede, muchas personas ni siquiera lo conocen, es mas no saben ni que posicion juega, lo que hay que decirles es que es un receptor que puede jugar grandes ligas, en venezuela es ficha de los tigres de aragua, generalmente no juega mucho con el equipo grande ya que alex delgado y raul chavez le dan realmente poco chance, pero en la liga paralela toma sus turnos, y para refrescar un poco la memoria wilson ramos jugo titular algunos encuentros de la serie del caribe 2008, que tal. ahi se los dejo si buddy bailey manager de los tigres le dio confianza o no?