He was a "name" and he was touted as good, but his minor league numbers were pretty un-sexy.
He's definitely one from a numbers perspective.
Whoever lit a fire under him in Florida needs to be touted as a genius.
That's really quite eerie. The first player that came to mind was Hanley as well. Not becuase people didn't expect big things out of him, but I don't think anyone expected the 30+ HRs.
But really, though. I thought I would have been the only one in the world to have answered H Ramirez to the question posed, and I thought better and moved on. Strange.