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The Tampa Bay Rays and catcher Wilson Ramos have reached a 2-year, $12.5 million contract agreement with incentives to make up to $18.25 million over those two seasons.
Ramos, 29, has been in the MLB for 7 seasons and has played for 2 different teams. This past season, he played in 131 games and bat .307 with 148 hits, 58 runs scored, 22 home runs, and 80 runs batted in. Over his 7-year MLB career, Ramos has played in 585 games and has a .269 batting average with 574 hits, 224 runs scored, 83 home runs, and 321 runs batted in.
Ramos’ career highs for a single MLB season are a .307 batting average (2016 with the Washington Nationals), 148 hits (2016 with the Nationals), 58 runs scored (2016 with the Nationals), 22 home runs (2016 with the Nationals), and 80 runs batted in (2016 with the Nationals).