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Overview (3)

Date of Birth 30 May 1972Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic
Birth NameManuel Aristides Ramirez Onelcida
Height 5' 10¾" (1.8 m)

Mini Bio (1)

Manny Ramirez was born on May 30, 1972 in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic as Manuel Aristides Ramirez Onelcida. He has been married to Juliana Monterio since October 21, 2001. They have two children.

Spouse (1)

Juliana Monterio (21 October 2001 - present) (2 children)

Trade Mark (1)

Wearing a baggy uniform

Trivia (17)

On October 2001, Manny married local restaurant hostess Juliana Monterio in a private ceremony. He has, for the most part, kept his wife and his son (Manny Jr.) out of the public eye.
Outfielder with the Cleveland Indians (1993-2000), Boston Red Sox (2001-2008[start]), and Los Angeles Dodgers (2008[end]-present).
Cleveland Indians All-Time Slugging Percentage Leader (.592).
Member of 1995 and 1997 American League Champion Cleveland Indians teams. Member of 1996, 1998 and 1999 American League Central Division Champion Cleveland Indians teams.
Named to 10 American League All Star Teams (1995 and 1998-2008).
Finished 6th in voting for American League MVP in 1998 and 2000. Finished 3rd in voting in 1999. Finished 9th in voting in 2001 and 2002.
.314 Batting Average, .410 On-base percentage, .593 Slugging Percentage and 524 Home Runs in 16 Major League Seasons with the Cleveland Indians, Boston Red Sox, and Los Angeles Dogers.
Made major league debut on 2 September 1993.
Named MVP for the Boston Red Sox for the 2004 World Series
Named to Baseball Digest magazine's 1994 Rookie All-Sar Team.
Two children with wife Juliana: Manny Jr (b. 2003) and Lucas (b. February 2006).
Was ejected from his final game as a member of the Los Angeles Dodgers (August 30, 2010).
Sent to the Chicago White Sox in a waiver deal. The White Sox will be responsible for the remainder of the nearly $4 million Ramirez is owed. [August 2010]
Retired from baseball after testing positive for a banned substance. Ramirez, who was batting .059 for the Tampa Bay Rays, faced a 100-game suspension. He served a 50-game suspension in 2009 for a similar violation. [April 2011]
Playing with the Boston Red Sox (2003) [July 2003]
(July 31) Traded to the Los Angeles Dodgers for two minor leaguers. Ramirez, in the final year of an eight-year, $160 million contract, had been critical of Red Sox management and made it clear in recent days that he wanted out of Boston. [2008]
Most Valuable Player of the World Series as the Red Sox ended an 86-year drought in baseball's championship series. He was 7-for-17 with a .412 batting average, four runs batted in, and threw out the runner in Game Three of the Series. [October 2004]

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