Elvin Ramírez Rodriguez (born October 10, 1987) is a Major League Baseball Dominican professional baseball relief pitcher for the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim.
Ramírez was signed as an international free agent by the Mets. He was selected by the Washington Nationals in the Rule 5 draft before 2011. He was placed on the 60-day disabled list to begin the season. He was returned to the Mets on October 18. He played in the minors since then.
|Age: 25 (born October 10,1987)|
|Bats: Right Throws: Right|
|Acquired: International Free Agent Signing|
|Contract: Minor League|
He was promoted on June 1. He made his debut on June 3 against the St. Louis Cardinals. He was sent down as Ronny Cedeno came off the DL on June 22. He rejoined the ball club on July 22 after Miguel Batista was DFA'd. On August 7 he was re-sent down to make room for Garrett Olson on the 25 man roster. He joined the team again as part of the September Callups on September 4.
On March 27 the Mets traded Ramirez to the Angels for cash considerations.