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The Blue Jays are targeting their rival's slugging center fielder.


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Maverick Mitchell
June 11, 2024  (2:29 PM)
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Harold Ramirez would be a nice addition to the Blue Jays lineup.
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Despite recent struggles at the plate ultimately resulting in Harold Ramírez being DFA, the Toronto Blue Jays should consider going after him as he has proven himself as a capable hitter in the MLB.

The Tampa Bay Rays have cut outfielder Harold Ramirez who could actually be a nice fit on the #BlueJays.

Why should Toronto really consider a player who has such a low OBP, OPS and batting average? His offensive potential is still alive, and since being in the MLB, despite this season's struggles, he is a very good hitter.
Interested to see where OF Harold Ramirez ends up. So far has struggled in 2024, hitting .268 with a 73 wRC+. Tho has provided good defensive metrics.

Hit .313 with a 128 wRC+ in 122 games last season. Career 126 wRC+ vs. LHP.

Last year, he hit 12 home runs, 68 RBI, scored 58 runs, and had a slash line of .313/.353/.460 with an .813 OPS. These number are nothing to sniff at, and if the Jays can get him for a good deal, there is no reason why they shouldn't consider picking him up.
Source: Jays Journal - Division rival cuts bait with intriguing hitter the Blue Jays should look into
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