Ramos – who turns 28 years old later this month – spent last season with the Dodgers, though he didn’t make an appearance at the Major League level. He did appear in the bigs in each of the four prior seasons with the Phillies.
In Philly, Ramos was a productive piece of the bullpen with a 3.71 ERA/3.72 FIP across 155 1/3 innings spanning 173 appearances. He made just 20 appearances in 2019, however, with a substandard 5.40 ERA/7.68 FIP and just 6.6 K/9. Though his slider is his primary offering, it’s a touch troubling that his fastball velocity has ticked downwards from 95.9 mph in 2016 to 91.5 mph in 2019.