Great to see Alhambra alum Noe Ramirez get called up again by the Boston RedSox.
Ramirez played in 108 games for the Moors over four varsity seasons (2005-2008) and piled up some big numbers.
A .413 batting average, 3 home runs, 84 Rbis, and 147 hits.
On the mound, the place where he makes his living nowadays, Ramirez started 37 games, completed 19 of them, fired 7 shutouts, collected 11 saves, and compiled a 27-7 record. He worked 250 innings, walked 40, and K’d 298 while holding batters to a .180 average.
Ramirez was drafted in the fourth round by the Red Sox in 2011 out of Cal State Fullerton. He made his MLB debut last July.
He replaces Joe Kelly on the Boston roster.