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.