The Brewers signed All Star third baseman Aramis Ramirez to a three year, $36 million deal. After spending most of nine seasons with the Cubs, his old team will now see him quite a bit as he joins their division rivals.
Ramirez has 315 home runs in his career and he has a career .842 OPS. Outside of an injury filled 2009, Ramirez has hit at least 25 home runs since 2002. Injuries are a concern and it’s not unusual for Ramirez to spend a stint on the disabled list at once in a season. He’ll be he guy who’s going to do his best to fill Prince Fielder’s shoes. And he’s going to have an even tougher job with Ryan Braun potentially missing the first couple of months to the season.
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