Rays of Tampa Bay Bullpen Mask Club Jean Ramirez has announced that he has passed away at the age of 28. The cause of death was not immediately known.
“We express our deepest condolences and condolences to the Jean family,” Rice president Eric Neander said in a statement. “He was a caring teammate and friend. He exuded so much joy in everything he did and his kind heart was truly a gift to everyone. As we face this difficult and unexpected loss, we are grateful for the times we have shared with Jean. “
“Gene has been a wonderful colleague and friend,” Rays director Kevin Cash said in a statement. “He brought so much passion and energy every day to our club and Bullpen, and his love for Ray and baseball was evident to everyone who interacted with him. . He had the biggest heart and the most contagious smile. We extend our deepest condolences to his family and friends. We will miss Jean very much. “
Ramirez was born in Puerto Rico and then attended high school in Fort Worth, Texas (Boswell HS). He began his football career with the University of Arkansas but graduated from the state of Illinois. After his career at ISU, he was drafted in the 28th round by Rays.
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In junior ball and A low, Ramirez didn’t find much success on the scoreboard, but he was impressive enough behind the scoreboard – surprisingly, unsurprisingly, working with the Bullpen bowlers – to raise the ranks as captain. receiver. He has spent the last three seasons with the Rays in this role, which is a technical training assistant role.