Wilson Ramos (Baseball Player) Wiki, Biography, Age, Wife, Family, Net Worth

Wilson Ramos Wiki,Biography, Net Worth

Wilson Ramos is a Venezuelan professional baseball catcher for the Cleveland Indians of Major League Baseball (MLB). He previously played in MLB for the Minnesota Twins, Washington Nationals, Tampa Bay Rays, Philadelphia Phillies, New York Mets, and Detroit Tigers. He is a two-time All-Star, and a Silver Slugger Award winner.

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Wilson Ramos Wiki, Biography

Date of Birth August 10, 1987
Birth Day August 10
Birth Years 1987
Age 34 years old
Birth Place Valencia, Venezuela
Birth City Valencia
Birth Country Venezuela
Nationality Venezuelan
Famous As Athlete
Also Known for Athlete
Zodiac Sign Leo
Occupation Athlete

Famously known by the Family name Wilson Abraham Ramos Campos, is a great Athlete. He was born on August 10, 1987, in Valencia, Venezuela.Valencia is a beautiful and populous city located in Valencia, Venezuela Venezuela.

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Wilson Abraham Ramos Campos Net Worth

Wilson Abraham Ramos Campos has a net worth of $5.00 million (Estimated) which he earned from his occupation as Athlete. Popularly known as the Athlete of Venezuela. He is seen as one of the most successful Athlete of all times. Wilson Abraham Ramos Campos Net Worth & Basic source of earning is being a successful Venezuelan Athlete.

Wilson entered the career as Athlete In his early life after completing his formal education..

Net Worth

Estimated Net Worth in 2022 $1 Million to $5 Million Approx
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Wilson Ramos Personal Life, Relationships and Dating

Ramos has one child, born in August 2014. Two of his brothers are also baseball players. Natanael is a minor league catcher in the New York Mets organization, and David is a pitcher in the Nationals organization.

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Life Story & Timeline

2019

Mets catcher Wilson Ramos had a career-best 26-game hitting streak through September 4, 2019. It was tied with David Wright in 2006–07 for the second-longest streak in Mets history, was the longest ever for a Mets catcher, and was the longest in the MLB since Freddie Freeman’s 30-game streak for the Atlanta Braves in 2016.

A declassified Department of State cable, obtained by The National Security Archive through a Freedom of Information Act request, shows that Venezuela’s Corps of Scientific, Penal, Criminal Investigative Corps (CICPC) “already had the abductors under investigation prior to Ramos’s kidnapping because the group had kidnapped other individuals in the same area of Valencia.” Because of this the CICPC was able to immediately identify the kidnappers and their location. After being held in captivity for 50 hours, the police rescued Ramos after exchanging gunfire with the kidnappers. According to the declassified State Department cable, the exchange of gunfire was an intentional CICPC technique used to create a “diversion to disorient the abductors during the raid.”

2018

On July 31, 2018, Ramos was traded to the Philadelphia Phillies for a player to be named later. Between the two teams, in 2018 in aggregate he batted .306/.358/.487 with 15 home runs in 382 at bats. He again had the third-slowest baserunning sprint speed of all major league players, at 22.8 feet/second.

On December 18, 2018, the New York Mets signed Ramos to a two-year, $19 million deal. In 2019 he batted .288/.351/.416, and had the highest ground ball percentage in the major leagues (62.4%), and the lowest fly ball percentage in the majors (19.2%). On defense, he had a -13 Defensive Runs Saved (DRS) rating, the lowest in the major leagues among catchers, and led all major league catchers in stolen bases allowed, with 94.

2016

In 2015, Ramos hit .229 in a career-high 475 at-bats, with 15 homers, 68 RBIs and 101 strikeouts. His .258 on base percentage was the lowest of all qualified major league batters. On January 13, 2016, he and the Nationals agreed to a one-year, $5.35 million deal to avoid salary arbitration.

Ramos was the battery-mate for Nationals pitcher Max Scherzer on May 11, 2016 when Scherzer struck out 20 batters to tie Roger Clemens and Kerry Wood for the major league single-game strikeout record in a 9 inning game. He was named to the 2016 MLB All-Star Game. In 131 games in the 2016 season, Ramos batted .307 with 22 home runs and 80 RBI. On September 26, 2016, Ramos suffered a torn ACL, ending his season. Despite his slightly shortened season, Ramos won the Silver Slugger for National League catchers.

On December 12, 2016, Ramos signed a two-year contract worth $12.5 million with the Tampa Bay Rays.

2014

Ramos broke his left hand in the opening game of the 2014 season and left the game. A foul tip hit his hand while he was catching. Ramos received the Tony Conigliaro Award following the 2014 season.

Ramos has one child, born in August 2014. Two of his brothers are also baseball players. Natanael is a minor league catcher in the New York Mets organization, and David is a pitcher in the Nationals organization.

2013

Ramos and Kurt Suzuki began 2013 as the Nationals starting catchers. However, on April 13, Ramos hurt his hamstring while trying to beat out a ground ball, putting him on the disabled list, with Jhonatan Solano replacing him and Suzuki started. After being activated on April 29, Ramos quickly went back on the disabled list on May 16 with the same injury. Ramos was activated on July 4, and in his first game back against the Brewers, he went 3–4 with a three-run home run and five RBI game. His solid July, in which he hit .302/.333/.540 with four HR and 17 RBI in 18 games, earned him more starts over Suzuki before they eventually traded Suzuki to Oakland on August 23. Ramos finished the year as the starting catcher. In 78 games with the Nationals, Ramos hit .272/.307/.470 with 16 HR and 59 RBI.

Ramos made his Rays debut on June 24 against the Baltimore Orioles and went 1–4 with a single. Wilson missed the first three months of the 2017 season with Tampa Bay due to his torn ACL injury he suffered the season before. He struggled at the plate his first 35 games upon his return, hitting only .194, but bounced back and hit .330 for the last 29 games of 2017. Ramos batted .260 with 11 home runs and 35 RBI, despite only playing in 64 games during the 2017 season. He had the third-slowest baserunning sprint speed of all major league players, at 22.8 feet/second.

2011

Despite leaving the Nationals following the 2016 season, Ramos has said he looks back on his time with the team as a period of “great moments,” including his first career walk-off home run (off Seattle Mariners pitcher David Pauley) on June 21, 2011.

While in Valencia, Venezuela on November 9, 2011, at approximately 6:45 pm local time, Ramos was kidnapped at gunpoint from his mother’s home. According to his account four gunmen threw Ramos into the back of a Chervolet Captiva and drove him to a mountainous region near the town of Montalban, Venezuela. On November 10, 2011 at approximately 4:00 pm local time, Ramos was reported alive. Originally back in his homeland to play during the offseason for his Venezuelan team, Tigres de Aragua, Ramos was rescued on November 12, 2011.

2010

Ramos batted over .400 in spring training in 2010. However, with Joe Mauer behind the plate, the Twins sent Ramos to the Triple-A Rochester Red Wings rather than have him serve in a back-up role in the majors.

On July 29, 2010, Ramos was traded to the Washington Nationals along with Joe Testa for closer Matt Capps. In 2011, Ramos was chosen by Baseball America as the catcher on its All-Rookie Team. On May 12, 2012, Ramos tore an anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) in his right knee while trying to field a passed ball in a game against the Cincinnati Reds. He was placed on the 60-day disabled list for the 2012 season.

2009

Ramos entered the 2009 season ranked as the Twins third best prospect by Baseball America behind Aaron Hicks and Ben Revere, and #71 in all of minor league baseball. The Twins added Ramos to their 40-man roster, and invited him to Spring training. After which, he was assigned to the Twins’ double A Eastern League affiliate, the New Britain Rock Cats. He broke his right index finger in May and suffered a hamstring injury in June, forcing him to do a nearly two-month rehab assignment, during which he hit three home runs in five games with the Gulf Coast League Twins. Ramos rejoined his team in August, and batted .317 with four home runs and 29 RBIs for the season.

2008

Ramos’ batting average jumped to .333 in the second half of 2008. For the season, he batted .288 with thirteen home runs, and was named to the All FSL Team. His 78 RBIs was fourth in the Florida State League.

2004

Ramos signed with the Minnesota Twins as a non-drafted free agent on July 7, 2004. He caught 43% of potential base stealers in his minor league career, and has a .987 fielding percentage. In 2008, with the Twins’ High-A affiliate, the Fort Myers Miracle, he batted .242 with eight home runs and 42 runs batted in (RBIs) in the first half of the 2008 season, helping his team capture the Florida State League first-half West Division title. When 2008 Florida State League All-Star catcher James Skelton of the Lakeland Flying Tigers suffered an injury, Ramos was added to the West Division All-Star team, joining teammates Rob Delaney, Brian Dinkelman, Jeff Manship, Anthony Slama and Danny Valencia.

1987

Wilson Abraham Ramos Campos (born August 10, 1987), nicknamed “The Buffalo”, is a Venezuelan professional baseball catcher for the New York Mets of Major League Baseball (MLB). Previously, he has played for the Minnesota Twins, Washington Nationals, Tampa Bay Rays, and Philadelphia Phillies. He is a two-time All-Star, and a Silver Slugger Award winner.

1984

On May 2, facing the Cleveland Indians, Ramos slapped a single between third base and the shortstop in the top of the second inning for his first major league hit. Ramos went four-for-five on the day with three singles and a double. He is the first Twins player since Kirby Puckett in 1984 to collect four hits in a major league debut, and the only catcher in modern history (since 1900) to collect four hits in his MLB debut. On May 3, he followed up his debut by going 3 for 4 and driving in his first RBI. All told, he played seven games with the Twins while filling in for Mauer, batting .296 with three doubles and one RBI. On May 13, with Mauer ready to return to action, and José Morales coming off the DL, Ramos was reassigned to Rochester.