It has been a roller coaster of a season for Los Angeles Dodgers’ shortstop Hanley Ramirez. After dealing with multiple injuries throughout his tenure in Los Angeles, his time may be coming to an end.
Ramirez’s contract is set to end after this season and playing with that on the back of his mind can prove to be difficult. General manager Ned Colletti shared his belief that the 30 year old is thinking about his contractual status, among other issues that have affected him.
As the season comes to an end, the nine-year veteran has exclaimed multiple times this year that his contract situation isn’t frustrating him and that he is focused on helping his team win. For what it’s worth, manager Don Mattingly previously shared a similar to view to Colletti’s.
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