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.