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    Mateo Commits to TCU

    By Ed 01/26/2017, 11:00am CST

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    A year long recruiting process is finally over! Excited to announce that Mateo will be furthering his academic & baseball career at the top baseball school in the nation TCU! He's hoping to help bring a national title home to Fort Worth,Texas!! I'm stoked he will be 30 minutes away!!! #FrogsUp

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    By Ed 01/11/2022, 9:45pm CST

    Rays bullpen catcher Jean Ramirez dies at age 28

    The native of Puerto Rico played three years in Tampa Bay’s minor-league system before joining the big-league staff.

    ST. PETERSBURG — Rays bullpen catcher Jean Ramirez died unexpectedly Monday at age 28, the team announced.

    Baseball operations president Erik Neander said in a statement posted on the team’s Twitter account late Tuesday afternoon that it was an “unexpected and difficult loss.” The Rays provided no other details.Jean Ramirez played three years in the Rays’ minor-league system after being a 28th-round draft pick from Illinois State in 2016.


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