We are just at the start of the year and already encountered much death news. The death lists are constantly increasing and one after another many names are added. As per the latest reports, one more famous personality left the world and puts everyone in big grief. As per the latest report, the Tampa Bay Rays bullpen catcher and ex-minor league player Jean Ramirez passed away on Tuesday, 11th January 2022, at the age of 28, and his passing news is officially confirmed by the team. As soon as his passing news appeared on the fore his fans starts pouring tributes and condolences over the social media platforms.
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His fans and followers are in a big trauma and keen to know the cause of his sudden passing. However, no cause of demise has been provided as of now but as soon as find any details we will update this section and notify our readers. At the time of his demise, Jean Ramirez was 28 years old.
Erik Neander, the president of Rays stated in a released statement that “We extended our deepest thoughts and condolences to the family of Jean. He was a caring teammate and a good companion. He exuded so much joy in all he did, and his kind and golden heart were truly a gift to everyone. As we process this sudden and tough loss, we are grateful for the times we enjoyed and shared with Jean.”
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Kevin Cash, the Rays manager also shared his thoughts over the demise of Jean as he said that “Jean was an incredible teammate and companion. He brought so much passion and energy each day to our bullpen and clubhouse, and his love for the Rays and baseball was obvious to all who interacted with him. He has the kindest and biggest heart and most infectious smile. We expanded our deepest condolences to his friends and family. Jean will be deeply missed.”
A 28th-round draft picks out of Illinois State in the year 2016, Ramirez played 3 seasons in the Rays’ minor league system prior to becoming the team’s bullpen catcher in the year 2019. Ramirez was born in Puerto Rico and then went to high school in Fort Worth, Texas (Boswell HS). He began out in college ball with the University of Arkansas but concluded up graduating from Illinois State. After his career at ISU, he was drafted in the 28th round by the Rays.