Noé Ramírez

Noé Ramírez

#41P,
Bio
Height/Weight: 6' 3"/205 lbs
Bat: R
Throw: R
Born: Los Angeles, California
College: Cal State Fullerton
Draft: 2011 4th round by the
  • Bronson Arroyo to debut as Cincinnati Reds' radio analyst during series in Cleveland
    Cincinnati.com

    Bronson Arroyo to debut as Cincinnati Reds' radio analyst during series in Cleveland

    In addition, the Florence Y'alls announced Wednesday that the Bronson Arroyo Band will perform postgame music on May 30 at UC Health Stadium: Last month, Arroyo serenaded Los Angeles Dodgers pitcher Walker Buehler during the Dodgers' ring ceremony, which also featured former Moeller High School standout and Reds Hall of Famer Ken Griffey Jr. Last May, Arroyo offered candid remarks about the disconnect between a baseball team's front office and its clubhouse. "I've said it for years.

  • Reds 1B Joey Votto could miss "weeks" with fractured left thumb
    Salt Lake City Sun

    Reds 1B Joey Votto could miss "weeks" with fractured left thumb

    Reds first baseman Joey Votto suffered a fractured left thumb on Wednesday after being hit by a pitch by Chicago White Sox left-hander Dallas Keuchel in the bottom of the fourth inning of Cincinnati's 1-0 home victory. The 2010 NL MVP and six-time All-Star will miss "weeks" because of the injury, according to Reds manager David Bell. The 37-year-old Votto, who went 0-for-1 at the plate Wednesday, stayed in the game until he was replaced by Kyle Farmer at first base to begin the sixth inning.

  • Reactions: Hunter Greene throws 37 pitches of 100 or more mph for Reds' Double-A Lookouts
    Cincinnati.com

    Reactions: Hunter Greene throws 37 pitches of 100 or more mph for Reds' Double-A Lookouts

    Cincinnati Reds pitching prospect Hunter Greene, the second overall pick by the team in the 2017 MLB Draft who underwent Tommy John surgery in 2019 to repair the ulnar collateral ligament (UCL) in his pitching elbow, impressed in his debut Wednesday night for the Double-A Chattanooga Lookouts. Social media reactions: The Enquirer's Bobby Nightengale wrote earlier this week about where the Reds' top prospects are beginning their minor-league seasons. LOVE SPORTS?