Red Sox Sign Roberto Ramos to Minor League Deal With Invite to Spring Training (Report)

Roberto Ramos

The Boston Red Sox have signed first baseman Roberto Ramos to a minor league deal, according to Chris Cotillo of

Ramos, 27, spent the past two seasons playing for the LG Twins of the Korean Baseball Organization. The slugger clubbed 38 homers in 2020 while hitting .278 with a .954 OPS and 86 RBI across 117 games, but the left-handed bat’s play declined in 2021, hitting just .243 with eight homers and a .739 OPS through 51 games.

The two years in the KBO come after being drafted in 2014 by the Rockies and spending 2019 with Triple-A Albuquerque, Colorado’s affiliate, hitting .309 with a .980 OPS and 30 long balls.

With an invite to major league spring training, he’ll join Zack Kelly, Rob Refsnyder, Christin Stewart, Michael Feliz, and Taylor Cole as non-40-man roster invitees. Ramos will most likely be assigned to Triple-A Worcester and play for the WooSox, at least to begin the year.

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