- Bats Right, Throws Right
- Height 6' 1", Weight 200 lb.
Ryan Juarez has played in the US, Germany, Belgium and Australia.
Juarez was 3-4 with a 6.45 ERA as a college freshman and improved to 7-5 with a 4.89 ERA as a senior. He tied for 8th in the Big West Conference in wins. He fell to 3-7, 5.52 as a junior. He tied Drew Gagnon and Branden Pinder for the Big West lead in losses. As a senior in 2011, he posted a 4-6, 5.92 record with two saves.
Signing with the Gateway Grizzlies, he was 4-4 with a 5.22 ERA in the summer of 2011. He was a pitching coach at Gahr High School for two years. In 2014, he signed with the Berlin Sluggers in the third tier of German baseball and led the league in ERA, saves, batting average, slugging and RBI. His next stop was the Ainslee Bears in a minor Australian league, where he again was a two-way star: 11-2, 3.21; .342/.400/.684.
Juarez played for the K. Deurne Spartans in 2015. The P/1B saw his numbers drop against the better competition though he was still productive (6-1, 3.07). He hit .233/.313/.331 and fielded .980. He was 6th in the First Division in ERA and tied for 8th in wins. He helped the Spartans win their first title in Belgium's highest league.
He then joined the Philippines national team for the 2017 World Baseball Classic Qualifiers. In his lone outing, he relieved Jon-Jon Robles with a 15-7 deficit in the bottom of the 6th, one on and two out. He retired Daniel Lamb-Hunt to end the frame. In the 7th, he allowed a double to Connar O'Gorman and a single to Moko Moanaroa. Tim Auty hit into a force, but an error by Adriane Ros Bernardo on the play scored a run. Juan Paulo Macasaet then relieved Juarez.