Hanley Ramirez is no stranger to the Red Sox organization.
His deal Monday brings him back to the team that first signed him as an international free agent a little more than 14 years ago and the team he made his first Major League appearance with on Sept. 20, 2005.
Here’s what the 30-year-old shortstop has been up to since:
■ He’s had stints with the Florida/Miami Marlins (2006-12) and L.A. Dodgers (2012-14).
■ Ramirez, along with Anibal Sanchez, was traded to the Florida Marlins in late 2005 for Josh Beckett, Mike Lowell, and Guillermo Mota.
■ His first full season in the majors was 2006, when he led all rookies with 185 hits — including 11 triples — 119 runs, and 51 stolen bases.
■ In 2008, he signed the most lucrative contract in Marlins’ history, a six-year extension worth $70 million.
During an up-and-down outing against the Diamondbacks in May 2010, manager Fredi Gonzalez took Ramirez out of the game. Ramirez was benched the next game, and the two continued to feud. Gonzalez was later fired.
■ The Marlins traded Ramirez to the Dodgers on July 25, 2012. The first time he put on a Dodgers’ uniform, he hit a triple in his first at-bat.
■ He finished the 2013 season having played in just 83 games, batted .345 with 105 hits, 20 home runs and 57 RBIs.
■ Last season, his batting average dropped to .283 with just 13 home runs, though his RBIs increased to 71.
First home run: April 18, 2006, off the Reds’ Eric Milton. His second career homer came in the same game against the Reds, off Mike Burns in the seventh inning.
First walkoff home run: Aug. 2, 2014, against the Cubs. It came in the 12th inning off Blake Parker.
First grand slam: April 6, 2009, in the season opener against the Nationals.
All-Star games: 2008, 2009, 2010
NL batting titles: 2009 (.342)
Silver Slugger Award (at shortstop): 2009
■ Underwent arthroscopic surgery on his left shoulder Oct. 3, 2007 to repair torn labrum tissue after dislocating it July 22 against the Reds.
■ Re-injured his left shoulder Aug. 2, 2011, while trying to make a diving catch against the Mets.
He missed the rest of the season, and had surgery again in the offseason.
■ Tore a ligament in his thumb in the 2013 World Baseball Classic championship game against Puerto Rico. Had surgery and missed the first two months of the season for the Dodgers.
Major League stats
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