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The Red Sox have traded a Ramirez for the second time in the last three years at the trade deadline. This time, there’s not as many fireworks to go with it.
According to WEEI’s Rob Bradford, the Red Sox have traded reliever Ramon Ramirez to the Giants, but it’s not known what the received in return. Ramirez has had a difficult year, but has pitched better as of late. Ramirez has a 4.46 ERA in 46 games.
He was nearly traded to the New York Mets before the Giants swooped in at the 11th hour.
The Red Sox called up Dustin Richardson to fill Ramirez’s spot, so perhaps the Red Sox just received a player to be named.
More on this as it develops…