The Los Angeles Dodgers have signed outfielder Henry Ramos to a minor-league deal according to a source close to SB Nation.

Ramos was drafted by the Boston Red Sox in the fifth round of the 2010 MLB Amateur Draft out of Alfonso Casta Martinez High School in Mauna, Puerto Rico.

Ramos was named the No. 19 prospect in the Gulf Coast League by Baseball America in the 2010 season and has a .721 career OPS in the minors.

In 2016, the 24 year-old outfielder played 102 games for 2 teams, where he had a slash line of .263/.306/.402. He clearly has some skills, but the Dodgers are not much in need of outfielders.

Will we see him in Los Angeles or will he just be a part of a trade? Let us know what you think in the comments below!

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  1. pauldodgerfan1965

    As another poster suggested, hope he enjoys his stay in OKC. ¬†We certainly won’t be short of OF this year and some may even have to be moved, especially if we are able to land a RH impact bat that hits LHP!

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  2. KingmanofLodi

    With Catching in such high demand….why did we make the trade with Seattle???

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