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(Above: video of Wilson Ramos signing autographs at Nationals Park via NatsTown2K10.) Good news for Nationals fans: Wilson Ramos will be signing autographs for the public on Sunday, May 6th at Hall of Fame Cards in the Cabin John Mall in Potomac, MD. Apparently Ramos wanted an opportunity early in the season to meet Nats fans in a relaxed setting and sign autographs: "I am very excited to sign autographs for Washington Nationals fans. It is very nice to have the opportunity any time you can meet your fans." And yes, May 6th is the final game of the Nats-Phillies Take Back the Park series, which will take place under the lights on ESPN's Sunday Night Baseball. Hopefully Ramos and the Nats are preparing for a sweep in front of a full house (of Nationals fans). (Ramos screencap via via NatsTown2K10 video.) Befriend the Nats Enquirer on Facebook. Follow us on Twitter.

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