Manny Ramirez Joins Miami Sports Management

Manny Ramirez has changed agents and will now be represented by Alex Esteban of Miami Sports Management, MLBTR's Zach Links reports (on Twitter).

The 41-year-old Ramirez, formerly represented by Praver/Shapiro, still has interest in continuing his playing career, hitting coach David Segui told Nick Cafardo of the Boston Globe back in January. Ramirez's last big league action came in 2012, though he batted.259.328/.370 in 119 plate appearances with the Rangers' Triple-A affiliate last season after a dominant showing for the EDA Rhinos in Taiwan.

Ramirez, of course, is one of the most accomplished hitters of all-time, having authored a .312/.411/.585 batting line and tallied 555 home runs in 9,774 career plate appearances. However, he's also served a pair of suspensions for performance enhancing drugs and drawn criticism for his eccentric personality.

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3 Comments on "Manny Ramirez Joins Miami Sports Management"

1 year 7 months ago

He should be a hitting coach, great player.

jmo mls
1 year 7 months ago

What’s his advice going to be? Load up on ‘roids and swing at everything?

1 year 7 months ago

and people actually think MLB doesnt blacklist people…