The Los Angeles Dodgers again lost Hanley Ramirez last night as he was removed with leg stiffness. Ramirez stiff left leg, Mattingly said that's why he was removed.— Ken Gurnick (@kengurnick) August 30, 2014Ramirez is crucial to the Dodgers success and the hope is that the injury is minor. Last postseason, when Ramirez was injured, the team's World Series hopes went...
If you listen to people around the baseball world there is a general consensus. The Mets could be contenders in 2015 and all it will take is money. Sure, Sandy Alderson could get creative. He could trade some of the young talent and find ways of improving the anemic offense without spending money, but why should he? Why not keep hold of Noah Syndergaard, Jacob deGrom, Rafael...
Hanley Ramirez was in a familiar position in the sixth inning Friday.
The look on his face said he was hurt, but none of the 30,818 spectators at Petco Park could be sure what happened, or how. It seemed Ramirez was not quite healthy enough to play and not quite hurt enough to come out of the game — his season in a nutshell.
After a chat with his manager and a brief jog up the...
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When Hanley Ramirez rounded first base on a single in the 6th inning, he slipped on the base resulting in a left ankle injury. He quickly got up and hobbled back to first base but after further review Padres first baseman, Yasmani Grandal tagged Hanley out as he hopped back to the bag. It was a little bushwick but the challenge was correct and overturned...
I’m not sure what the context behind these photos is or whose baby that is but I’m also pretty sure I don’t really care. The pictures are hilarious and it’s pretty obvious this baby absolutely hates Hanley Ramirez with every fiber of his tiny being.
Just look at the pain behind those eyes.
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With all the injuries Hanley Ramirez has sustained this season, it’s hard to believe he’s only been on the disabled list once. And now he’s back, just as the Dodgers look to take the final game of this 3-game series against the Mets.
Amidst a pennant race, the Los Angeles Dodgers received some good news about slugger Hanley Ramirez, and also an update on starter Josh Beckett, according to an article by Michael Lananna of MLB.com."If he's (Ramirez) good to go, I'm playing him," Manager Don Mattingly said.The slugging shortstop has been on the DL since August 9th battling a right oblique injury...
On this date a year ago, Hanley Ramirez was batting .363. The Dodgers loved him, and vice versa. The playoffs would happen, and then the contract extension.
The playoffs happened. The new contract never did.
That sets up what could be the most intriguing free-agent drama this off-season. Ramirez might well be the best bat available, but the caution lights — his injury history...
The Los Angeles Dodgers made their first splash in the 2014 trade season.
Splash is a strong word. It was kind of like they threw a pebble into the Pacific Ocean. But hey, it’s something to write about.
Monday afternoon, the Dodgers acquired recently DFA’d Chicago Cubs second baseman Darwin Barney. The Dodgers also received cash from the Cubs, and will send the Cubs a player...
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Let’s update the “Hanley Ramirez run of games missed,” shall we? I should probably just link you to the last time I did this rather than using up a lot of space on what’s become an increasingly long list. And yet! I’m doing it anyway.
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