Former Cubs standout inducted into Dominican Sports Hall of Fame


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Ramirez was solid in his 8 years with the Cubs (Jerry Lai - USA Today Sports)
Ramirez was solid in his 8 years with the Cubs (Jerry Lai - USA Today Sports)

Good news for one former household name on the North Side.

Former Chicago Cubs third baseman Aramis Ramirez has been named to the Dominican Sports Hall of Fame.

During his time with the Cubs, he hit .294 with 239 homers, including being named to the All-Star team two times in 2005 and 2008.

Ramirez played 18 seasons in the big leagues hitting .283 with 386 homers and 1,417 RBIs.

He retired after the 2015 season.

Congratulations to Ramirez as he is one of the more underrated stars that have come through the Cubs organization in many years.

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