12-time MLB All-Star who played for the Cleveland Indians, Boston Red Sox, and Los Angeles Dodgers, winning 2 World Series Championships with Boston and hitting 555 career home runs. In 2017, the Japanese team The Kochi Fighting Dogs signed Ramirez to play for them.
He was named Minor League Player of the Year by Baseball America in 1993.
He was integral in Boston's World Series Championship in 2004, winning World Series MVP and helping the team break their 86-year Championship drought.
He has three sons - the eldest, Manny, Jr., from a previous relationship. Manuelito and Lucas were born to he and his wife Juliana Monterio.
He and David Ortíz combined to form one of the most lethal duos in all of the MLB, winning two World Series Championships together in Boston.