3B,DH - CLE
Ramirez went 1-for-5 with no runs scored, no RBI, and no extra-base hits in Tuesday's 5-4 loss to the Red Sox.
The 30-year-old third baseman has struggled to find his power stroke this season, as he has just six home runs in 223 at-bats, but he has still managed to drive in 30 runs and scored 30 times thanks to his ability to get on base. Ramirez will look to bounce back in Wednesday's game against Boston.
Jose Ramirez had a productive day at the plate, going 2-for-5 with a double and two RBI in the Guardians' 4-3 win over the Cardinals on Sunday.
The third baseman has been a consistent contributor for Cleveland this season, with 28 RBI and six home runs through 49 games played. While his batting average sits at .273, Ramirez has been making solid contact with a .334 wOBA and 0.270 BABIP to date.
Jose Ramirez went 1-for-4 with a solo shot, his sixth of the season, and an RBI in Sunday's loss.
Despite the defeat, Ramirez has been a bright spot for Cleveland this season, batting .280 with 25 RBIs, 25 runs scored, and five stolen bases in 43 games played. His 0.347 wOBA and 0.271 BABIP suggest that his success at the plate is sustainable, making him a valuable asset in fantasy leagues.
Jose Ramirez has been activated from the bereavement list Friday.
Ramirez missed the last three games, but has returned to the team for Friday's game vs the Mets. Brayan Rocchio has been optioned in a corresponding move.
The Cleveland Guardians placed infielder Jose Ramirez on the bereavement list on Tuesday.
Ramirez can miss up to seven days on the bereavement list while 22-year-old shortstop Brayan Rocchio was recalled from the minors in a corresponding move prior to the Guardians' series opener with the White Sox on Tuesday. The 30-year-old is having a down season by his lost standards as he's hitting .284 with four homers, five stolen bases, and an .821 OPS across 40 games. If the season ended today, his 114 wRC+ would be his second-worst figure since the 2016 season.