Latest Update Brewers reportedly to exercise option on Ramirez Wed Sep, 17, 10:25 PM
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.
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
It had been 18 games since Ramirez went yard and with three RBI and no runs scored in that span, a game like this is a huge breath of fresh air for his owners. Now he just needs to keep this up. Tough to know if he can build off this over the next two or three weeks but if you don't see signs of it in the next few days, you may want to think about swapping him out.Analyst: Howard Bender
A-ram is on the every other month plan, alternating between strong and weak performances like it's scheduled in advance. Tuesday was his first big night of September, and for the season he owns an impressive .299/.345/.446 line with 14 home runs and three stolen bases. Analyst: Spencer Silva