Joakim Agustín Soria Ramos Introduction:
Joakim Agustín Soria Ramos is a professional Major League Baseball player belongs to Mexican play as a relief pitcher for the famous team Milwaukee Brewers.
Previous Team history:
- Chicago White Sox
- Kansas City Royals
- Texas Rangers
- Detroit Tigers
- Pittsburgh Pirates
He started his professional occupation with the Mexican League, before for a short time period he plays in minor league baseball for Los Angeles Dodgers and San Diego Padres organization.
After the 2006 season, complete Royals preferred Joakim begin for the Padres in the Rule 5 draft, and in 2007 his first debut with Royals. Joakim own the title of MLB All-Star two-time.
He plays the First Class-A for Fort Wayne Wizards as glowing. On December 9, 2006, Joakim throws a great game against the Naranjeros de Hermosillo.
Joakim also break the record of Al Hrabosky’s club in the open season of 2008, he straight saves 13 and Al Hrabosky’s club record was 11.
In 2008 Joakim sign a contract of 3 years with Royals and it cost them $8.75 million after his extraordinary performance as the team’s closer. He plays against the Texas Rangers and obtains his 100th save.
In 2010, he was selected for the 2010 All-Star Game, and that was his second career.
On December 4, 2012, after the end of the contract with Royals, he signs the 2-year contract with Texas Rangers worth of $8 million.
Name: Joakim Soria
Full name: Joakim Agustín Soria Ramos
Nickname: The Mexicutioner
Date of Birth: May 18, 1984
MLB Debut: April 4, 2007
First Debut Team: Kansas City Royals
Career and awards: Two-Time All-Star (2008, 2010)
Team Joins/Leave History List:
- Kansas City Royals (2007–2011)
- Texas Rangers (2013–2014)
- Detroit Tigers (2014–2015)
- Pittsburgh Pirates (2015)
- Kansas City Royals (2016–2017)
- Chicago White Sox (2018)
- Milwaukee Brewers (2018-Present)