Aramis Ramirez returned to Wrigley Field on Monday, April 9th, for the first time since he and the Chicago Cubs parted ways in the offseason. Ramirez's parting wasn't exactly amicable with Cubs fans accusing Ramirez of not playing hard at the start of the 2011 season and Ramirez having spent part of the season complaining about his contract status. That said, for 8 seasons Ramirez was part of his fair share of good times at Wrigley Field. Here's a look back at Ramirez's best moments as a Cub from a fan's perspective.
Ramirez arrived in Chicago halfway through the 2003 season; part of a deadline deal with the Pittsburgh Pirates. Ramirez quickly became an integral part of the Cubs run to the playoffs. Of course, the 2003 playoffs will always be remembered for the 'Bartman ball' but for those able to look past Bartman Ramirez was a bright spot of the series against the Florida Marlins. Ramirez made history by becoming the first Cubs player to hit agrand slam in the playoffs. The grand slam was one of three home runs Ramirez hit in the seven game series along with his seven RBI's. Had the Cubs defeated the Marlins A-Ram was in line for a Series MVP.
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