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Rafael (Felo) Ramírez (born approx 1921) is the Cuban-American Spanish language radio voice of the Florida Marlins. Ramirez is also a boxing expert, having broadcast fights for Latin American radio and television audiences since 1948 (along with other Spanish language broadcasters such as Buck Canel and Ivonne Class).

Ramírez was born in Bayamo, Cuba, and is commonly known as "El Orgullo de Bayamo" ("The Pride of Bayamo") by many fans and colleagues. A long time resident of Puerto Rico, he was inducted in the Puerto Rican Sports Hall of Fame and has been honored by the local legislature.

In 2001, Ramirez received the Ford C. Frick Award by the National Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, New York.

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Preceded by
Marty Brennaman
Ford C. Frick Award
2001
Succeeded by
Harry Kalas

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