Mario Ramirez
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Mario Ramirez
Mario Ramirez
Ultimate Mets Database popularity ranking: 518 of 1043 players
Mario Ramirez
Born: September 12, 1957 at Yauco, P.R.
Died: February 22, 2013 at Yauco, P.R.
Throws: Right Bats: Right
Height: 5.09 Weight: 163

Mario Ramirez was the most popular Ultimate Mets Database daily lookup on September 12, 2008, February 22, 2013, February 23, 2013, February 24, 2013, February 25, 2013, February 26, 2013, February 28, 2013, and February 22, 2016.

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First Mets game: April 25, 1980
Last Mets game: September 12, 1980

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Noel Martir Arcelay
May 29, 2002
He's currently managing his hometown baseball team Yauco Cafeteros in Puerto Rico amateur baseball league.

October 13, 2002
I don't remember when this guy played for the Mets, but during Christmas 1984 my brother asked for a Tony Gwynn autograph as a present. My dad wrote to the Padres and I believe even gave them a check requesting an autographed picture of Gwynn. Instead, they sent my brother an autographed picture of Mario Ramirez instead. Neither my brother nor I had any idea who the hell he was.

November 11, 2002
I saw him playing many years ago with the Yauco Cafeteros in Puerto Rico when he was about 18 years old. He was the best defensive shortstop I ever seen in my life. The entire town love this guy, he was awesome. You all guys, baseball fans, missed that!

Joe the cop
May 9, 2005
He looks like a guy I arrested in the Bronx in the early 90's.

luis lopez
November 1, 2006
I have seen play plenty of times. I moved years ago to Yauco, PR. Then seeing him play I thought he was a great player. Then knowing who he was, I admired his playing. A great all around player. Each game was a treat. And after I got to know him as an individual. A great person. He was a friend of my dad. Great to have known someone personally from the Mets.

david delgado
December 21, 2007
Hi my name is David. My father Hipolito Delgado and my brothers were good friends with Mario. I remember when he came over for Christmas in 1984. Being a huge baseball fan I will never forget that memory.

Noel Martir Arcelay
February 12, 2008
He's managing again, amateur ball in Puerto Rico. This year he's with the Sabana Grande Petateros.

david lozano
October 6, 2008
Teammate with him in Jackson in 1977. Great player for a little guy. Cannon for an arm with a bit of power in his bat. Had a nice career.

Jenmarie Vega
July 2, 2011
Mario "Nato" Ramirez is my mothers cousin and I'm very proud to know that someone in my family got into the big leagues. He has always been a great baseball player and I still have his baseball cards. More than a great player, he is a great person, always helpful to others.

Javier Roura
January 30, 2013
When my dad died 18 years ago, he was one of the few friends who cried on his funeral. That's why I am always grateful and consider him as my friend. He is always giving advice to my son who plays second base. Now he needs our help and our prayers because he is very sick. We participated in a tournament to make money to help him. Thanks for all the fanatics and friends for your support. God bless Nato and all his family.

carmen cruz
February 23, 2013
Never got to meet him. Found out that he was my mother's cousin. Proud to have had a professional baseball player in the family. RIP Mario, from the family Cruz-Gonzalez.

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