🚨 WALKOFF DINGER 🚨 pic.twitter.com/YZbdjoldzT
— San Jose Giants (@SJGiants) July 31, 2019
Winner winner, chicken dinger. A day before Giants president of baseball operations Farhan Zaidi will have to decide whether to buy, sell, or stand pat at the 2019 trade deadline, one of the Giants’ top prospects reaffirmed the improvements already abound within the Giants’ farm system.
Heliot Ramos, the Giants’ No. 2 overall prospect as rated by MLB.com, who rose from to 50th from the 70th overall spot on MLB.com’s prospect rankings this year, and who plays with the Giants’ top-ranked prospect, catcher Joey Bart (the No. 21 overall prospect on MLB.com’s prospect rankings), with the San Jose Bees, continues to make his mark.
On Tuesday night, Ramos hit his team-leading 13th home run in the form of a 404-foot, opposite-field, walk-off home run in the bottom of the ninth inning in San Jose, which marks the team’s 10th win in 12 games and puts them in a North Division league first-place tie, according to San Jose Giants broadcaster Joe Ritzo.
Wow. Heliot Ramos leads off the bottom of the ninth with a game-winning home run. A 404-foot opposite field blast for his team-leading 13th homer of the season.
5-4 final. #SJGiants has won four in a row, 10 of 12 and have pulled into first place tie in North Division.
— Joe Ritzo (@JoeRitzo) July 31, 2019
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