|Competitor for Cuba|
|Baseball World Cup|
|Pan American Games|
|Gold||2003 Santo Domingo||Team|
|Gold||2007 Rio de Janeiro||Team|
|Central American and Caribbean Games|
Osmani Urrutia Ramírez (also spelled Osmany) (born June 29, 1976 in Jobabo, Las Tunas Province, Cuba) is a Cuban baseball player. He plays right field for the Las Tunas Magos of the Cuban National Series and for the Cuban national baseball team.
Career in Cuba
Playing for Las Tunas, Urrutia hit over .400 in the Cuban National Series for three straight years, beginning in 2000 (.431 in 2000-2001, .408 in 2001-2002 and .421 in 2002-2003).
Urrutia, who is 1.78m (5'10") and 104 kg (229 pounds), has competed in many international tournaments for Cuba, including:
- 2001 World Championship (Taiwan)
- 2000 and 2001 World Cup of Baseball in the Netherlands
- 2003 Pan American Games in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic
- 2003 World Cup of Baseball (Cuba)
- 2004 Athens Olympics
- 2006 World Baseball Classic
During the 2005 World Cup of Baseball, Urrutia hit for a .387 average with five runs batted in (RBI) and 12 hits in 31 at-bats. During the 2006 World Baseball Classic, Urrutia batted .387 with one home run and seven RBIs in eight games, leading team Cuba to the championship game, where they lost 10-6 to Japan.
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