Ramon Jose Troncoso
- Bats Right, Throws Right
- Height 6' 2", Weight 200 lb.
- Debut April 1, 2008
- Last Game September 29, 2013
- Born February 16, 1983 in San Jose de Ocoa, Peravia, D.R.
"My sinker sinks better when I pitch a lot and I can keep my pitches down." - Ramon Troncoso
Troncoso, from the Dominican Republic, was signed by scout Pablo Peguero for the Dodgers in 2002. He played for the DSL Dodgers East in 2002-2003 and both the DSL Dodgers 1 and DSL Dodgers 2 in 2004. He then pitched from 2005-07 in the minors, posting a record of 18-9 with 43 saves, mostly in Single A ball. He moved up to Double A for most of 2007.
Troncoso was the most-heavily-used pitcher on the Dodgers' staff when sent down to the minors in early July 2010 in a surprising move by manager Joe Torre. He was leading the team in pitching appearances and also leading relievers in innings pitched.