LF,RF - San Francisco Giants
Giants manager Bob Melvin said Heliot Ramos is feeling better after taking a pitch off his right knee in Saturday's Spring Training game.
Ramos could be back in the lineup as soon as Sunday. He'll continue to try and crack the Opening Day roster out of camp.
Heliot Ramos left Saturday's Spring Training game early after getting hit by a pitch.
Ramos appeared to get hit in the ankle or foot. There should be an update on his status soon.
The Giants recalled Heliot Ramos from Triple-A Sacramento Sunday. He will play left field and bat eighth against the Royals.
Ramos will take the roster spot of Matt Beaty, who was optioned to Triple-A in the corresponding move. Fantasy managers will want to wait to see what Ramos’ playing time looks like before picking him up if he is available.
The Giants promoted OF prospect Heliot Ramos to Triple-A Sacramento.
Ramos' season-long numbers in Double-A aren't eye popping (.237 average with a .755 OPS), but he has come on strong as of late. The 21-year-old has a chance at contributing to the Giants' playoff run if he stays hot in Sacramento. He should be rostered in every dynasty league.
Heliot Ramos went 2-for-5 with a homer on Wednesday for Double-A Richmond.
San Francisco's first-round pick from 2017, Ramos is a well-rounded player who could debut by the end of the season if everything goes as planned. The 21-year-old is stocky but possesses plus power and average speed. He profiles as a solid big league regular down the road. Ramos is someone who should be stashed in deeper dynasty formats.