Latest Update Aramis Ramirez has accepted his half of the 2015 mutual option. Mon Nov, 03, 11:14 AM
Owns both bat speed and the ability to make consistent contact, helping him hit for both a high average and excellent run production. Is clutch and doesn't strike out a lot.
Flaws: : Has been injury-prone throughout his career. Lacks consistency with the glove at the hot corner. Would benefit greatly by taking more free passes but he's a free swinger.
Ramirez will be coming back to Milwaukee for the 2015 season. While he always find his way for at least one trip on the disabled list, he remains a good fantasy third baseman when healthy on the field. In 2014, he hit 15 home runs and 66 RBIs with a .285 average in 133 games played. Fantasy owners should keep in mind that Ramirez will be turning 37 in June of 2015.Analyst: Colby Conway
Aramis hit .285 with 47 runs, 15 home runs and 66 RBI over 133 games for the Brewers this season and is slated to make $14 million if he accepts the player option.Analyst: Jonathan Impemba
The veteran third baseman is getting the night off on Friday. Expect him back in the lineup for the Brewers' final two games.Analyst: David Kerr
He is aging rapidly but he continues to produce, and the Brewers obviously want to keep him around. While he is virtually guaranteed to hit for a high average and reach double digit home runs, he is also guaranteed a trip to the DL at some point.Analyst: Colby Conway