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Ramos, former Matador and Red Raider, traded to Mets

Source: AJ Ramos Twitter (@theajramos) Source: AJ Ramos Twitter (@theajramos)
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Lubbock native AJ Ramos has been traded to the New York Mets from the Miami Marlins, which was finalized Friday night.

The 30-year-old has had 92 career saves over six seasons with the Marlins, according to The New York Daily News. During the 2017 season with the Marlins he had a 3.63 ERA and 47 strikeouts in 40 games.

He also ranks fifth in the National League in save percentages at 20-of-22, according to The Daily News.

Ramos also went to Estacado High School and played baseball for Texas Tech and then was selected by the Florida Marlins in 2009.

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