- Iolani Alumni 2011
- 1st team (ILH) and 1st team All-State
- 4 year starter at the University of Northern Colorado
- UNC all-time hits leader; career .367 NCAA DIV 1 BA
- 2013 Great West Player of the Year (.397 BA); 2015 WAC Player of the Year (.422 BA)
- 2015 CCBL Home Run Derby Champ; 2012 ABL Home Run Derby Runner Up
- 32nd round pick to Colorado Rockies in 2015 MLB Draft
- 2015 Started the Pioneer League (Rookie League) All-Star Game
- Professional career .303 hitter
A Hawaii raised baseball player who was developed within the youth baseball leagues here in Oahu. Grew up playing within Mililani COYBL league and competed for the USA West Region Champions at the 2010 Little League World Series, representing the Waipio Little League.
Coming out of high school at Mililani in Hawai’i in 2016, Ramos was the fifth-rated overall player in the state according to Perfect Game. Went to the College of San Mateo as a Pitcher/Catcher. Transferred to the University of Arizona to finally become a full-time catcher.
Ranked in the Top-30 in the California Community College Baseball Conference in hits (42), runs (24), doubles (7), RBIs (27), and batting average (.392), and putouts (475). Successfully threw runners out at a .381 clip, the highest rate of any catcher with at least 26 stolen bases attempted against ever at the junior college level.
With a background from Hawaii baseball at all levels, I specialize in how young players must train and maintain their bodies to avoid injury and obtain maximum strength in throwing running and hitting. With experience as a pitcher and catcher, I can help young athletes to zone in on mechanics and mental training. therapy from professional trainers and doctors.
Born and raised in Kaneohe, Oahu. Graduate of Kamehameha School. Attended the University of Hawaii-Manoa, as a 4-year starter at UH, earned All-Conference honors and was a recipient of the Jack Bonham Award. Given to the top senior student-athlete who “best exemplifies… athletic excellence, academic achievement, public service, leadership and character.”
Went on to play one season at the Oakland A’s organization’s Rookie Ball level.
In the last 4 years, I’ve coached teams from 12-U, to high school, to currently at the college level. The past two seasons (‘18, ‘19), i served as the volunteer assistant coach at UH-Manoa.
- From Waipahu, Hawai’i
- 2011: Drafted by the Philadelphia Phillies in the 49th round in 2011 (did not sign)
- 2012: Louisville Slugger Freshman All-American team
- 2012: Western Athletic Conference: Second team All-Conference
- 2014: Mountain West Conference: Second Team All-Conference
- 2015: MWC First Team All-Conference
- With Nevada Program, ranked 2nd with 69 career doubles, 4th with 273 career hits, 3rd with 217 career games played.
- 2015: Drafted by the Tampa Bay Rays in the 37th round.
- Career .288 hitter in the Tampa Bay Rays farm system.
- Born and raised in Kahuku on Oahu
- Graduated from Kamehameha Schools, Kapalama
- Drafted in 1997 by the Kansas City Royals in the 2nd round
- Attended Pepperdine University
- Drafted in 2000 by the Cincinnati Reds in the 2nd round, 46th draft pick
- 2000-2006 – Cincinnati Reds
- 2007-2009 – Detroit Tigers
- 2010-2011 – Philadelphia Phillies
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