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South Side Sox Top Prospect No. 21: Bryan Ramos

Though extremely young, he steps to the plate with solid contact ability and a laser hit tool

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Bryan Ramos

Third Baseman
190 pounds
Age: 19
SSS rank among all third baseman in the system: 2
2021 SSS Top Prospect Vote: 22
2020 SSHP Top Prospect Ranking: 33

Labeled as a power-hitting third baseman by Jesse Sanchez of, Bryan Ramos received a $300,000 signing bonus from the White Sox during 2019’s International Signing Day.

The native Cuban skipped past the DSL and instead played the full 2019 season with the AZL team. As a 17-year-old, he was 2.4 years younger than league average but certainly held his own. In 51 games for the AZL Sox spanning 188 at-bats, he slashed .277/.353/.415 with 10 doubles, two triples, four homers, 26 RBIs, three stolen bases, 19 walks (8.7%) and 44 strikeouts (20.2%).

Despite his youth, Ramos’ walk and strikeout totals were quite respectable and showed some polish. As a result, he could begin the 2021 season with Kannapolis.