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Manny Goes 1-for-3 in Express Debut

Updated: Monday, July 8 2013, 07:40 AM CDT

Manny Ramirez first debuted in the minor leagues in 1991. That was nine years before the Round Rock Express franchise was founded. Sunday, Ramirez debuted for the Express, Triple-A affiliate for the Rangers, after signing a minor league contract with Texas Wednesday.

Batting fourth and serving as Round Rock's designated hitter, Ramirez went 1-for-3 vs. the Omaha Storm Chasers. The 19 year MLB veteran singled on the first pitch he saw from Yordano Ventura to start the second inning. He was stranded at first.

Manny saw just one pitch in his second plate appearance, as well. Ramirez grounded into an inning-ending fielder's choice with two outs, stranding two teammates on the base paths. Ventura struck out Ramirez on four pitches to end the fifth inning. In his final at bat, Manny saw seven pitches from Michael Mariot, working a one-out walk. Ramirez was then replaced on the base paths by pinch runner Jared Hoying.

On the night, Ramirez went 1-for-3 with a single, strikeout, walk and two men left on base. Round Rock won the game, 4-0.
Manny Goes 1-for-3 in Express Debut


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