Ramon Borrego

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Ramon Celestino Borrego

  • Bats Both, Throws Right
  • Height 5' 6", Weight: 170 lb.

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Biographical Information[edit]

Ramon Borrego briefly reached AAA as a player before becoming a manager.

Borrego signed with the Minnesota Twins in late 1995. He made his pro debut in 1996, playing for the GCL Twins (.357/.430/.457 in 19 G) and Fort Myers Miracle (.196/.274/.268 in 16 G). In 1997, he hit .280/.366/.393 for the Elizabethton Twins. He played at least 25 games at third base, second base and the outfield for the 1998 Fort Wayne Wizards and hit .261/.351/.353. He stole 17 bases in 27 tries. Fort Fort Myers in 1999, Borrego batted only .221/.287/.256 in 27 games. He hit .223/.308/.253 as a utility infielder for the 2000 Miracle.

In 2001, Ramon produced at a .184/.265/.279 rate in 60 games for the New Britain Rock Cats. He split 2002 between New Britain (1 for 5) and the AAA Edmonton Trappers (.180/.222/.260 in 28 G, one scoreless inning pitched).

Borrego worked with the Twins in the Venezuelan Summer League as a coach from 2005-2008. He was manager of the 2009 DSL Twins and 2010 GCL Twins.

Year-by-Year Managerial Record[edit]

Year Team League Record Finish Organization Playoffs Notes
2009 DSL Twins Dominican Summer League 46-23 Minnesota Twins Lost League Finals
2010 GCL Twins Gulf Coast League 27-26 10th (t) Minnesota Twins replaced Chris Heintz (2-5)
2011 GCL Twins Gulf Coast League 31-29 6th Minnesota Twins
2012 GCL Twins Gulf Coast League 33-27 6th Minnesota Twins
2013 GCL Twins Gulf Coast League 28-32 8th (t) Minnesota Twins
2014 GCL Twins Gulf Coast League 23-37 14th (t) Minnesota Twins
2015 GCL Twins Gulf Coast League 27-32 9th (t) Minnesota Twins
2016 GCL Twins Gulf Coast League 32-29 6th Minnesota Twins
2017 GCL Twins Gulf Coast League 35-23 3rd Minnesota Twins Lost in 1st round
2018 Fort Myers Miracle Florida State League 68-69 9th Minnesota Twins
2019 Pensacola Blue Wahoos Southern League Minnesota Twins

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