Not only did he homer for the Bats in the top of the sixth inning Thursday night in St. Paul, Minnesota, his 495-foot bomb to left-center was the second-longest Triple-A homer since Statcast started tracking distances in 2022.
Ramos’ ninth homer of the season for Louisville raised his batting average to .315, and his OPS to .921.
Ramos, 31, signed as a free agent with the Reds in January.
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This article originally appeared on Cincinnati Enquirer: Henry Ramos, Reds minor-leaguer, hits second-longest Triple-A homer