Manny Ramirez Childhood  

Manuel Aristides Ramírez Onelcida, born on May 30, 1972, in the Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic is also called Manny Ramirez. He is a Dominican Major League Baseball player, who played as Outfielder. He got Silver Slugger 9 times, and he is one of the 25 people who have hits over 500 home runs in the career. He has twenty-one career grand slams, which are tied with Alex Rodriguez is just behind Lou Gehrig's 23. Manny Ramirez received the All-Star 12 times.

He grew up in Washington Heights, New York City, New York; Ramirez went to George Washington High School, New York, for his schooling. He left in the age of 19; he was not yet a graduate then. Manny Ramirez was three-time All-City selection player in baseball, and as high school senior player. He was named New York City Public School Player of the Year in the year 1991. He had a batting average of .615, with 14 home runs in twenty-two games. He was later inducted into “New York City Public School Athletic Hall of Fame”, in the year 1999.

Manny Ramirez was amongst the group, consisting of hundred and four Major League players, who were tested positive, for the performance-enhancing drug during the year 2003 testing survey In the year 2009, Manny Ramirez got suspended for 50 games because of violating “Major League Baseball's Performance Enhancing Drug policy” for taking in hCG (human chorionic gonadotropin), which is actually a women fertility drug , which is used by the steroid users, who wants to restart his body's testosterone production as he comes off the steroid cycle.

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Where-Does-Manny-Ramirez-Live      Manuel Aristides Ramírez Onelcida, (Manny Ramirez), was born on 30th May, in the year 1972, in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic. Manny is a Dominican American MLB player, and played as an Outfielder. He received Silver Slugger, nine times, and Manny Ramirez is one of the twenty-five players having hits greater than 500 home runs as career highest. Ramirez has twenty-one grand slams in his career. He got the All-Star 12 times in his career. More..




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