Not only that: he is one of the league’s best players, and a true icon for the city of Cleveland.
Ramirez, in addition to those things, is a fashion icon: yes, the infielder has swag and style, and isn’t afraid to show it.
The Guardians first uploaded a picture of him during the “All-Star Red Carpet Show,” and he was showing off some really cool dreadlocks and cool style.
Bro serves looks. 😰 pic.twitter.com/asiGpst5Dc
— Cleveland Guardians (@CleGuardians) July 19, 2022
One fan, however, showed another picture of Ramirez at the Red Carpet Show, but with another hair style.
It was a different year, too.
But man this one… 🥵🥵🥵💯💯💯🔥🔥🔥🔥 pic.twitter.com/ebAvEdTV73
— Code Monkey (@Code_Monkey_Dan) July 19, 2022
Knocking The Ball Out Of The Park Both On The Field And With Fashion Decisions
This goes to show that he can knock it out of the park on the field, but also with his style.
He rarely has a conventional look, but it’s mainly because he is not a conventional player.
It’s clear that his look has evolved and improved, just like his game.
This season, Ramirez is determined to take his Guardians to the promised land again: the postseason.
After losing the AL Wild Card series against the New York Yankees in 2020, they didn’t make the playoffs last year.
However, despite not being favored by most analysts, the Guardians have managed to field a competitive team this year thanks to some breakout performances by young players, but mostly, thanks to Ramirez.
The switch-hitter and former (and current, to be honest) MVP candidate is hitting .288/.368/.576 with 19 home runs and 13 stolen bases, not to mention his stellar defense at third.
You can’t say he doesn’t look cool with his current hairstyle.