Washington Nationals catcher Wilson Ramos is crushing the ball in the Venezuelan Winter League. Through 14 games, the right-hander has a .358/.426/.509 slash line. The strong production is a positive for the 26-year-old, who is coming off an injury plagued 2013 season. Andrew Simon of MLB.com provides some more insight about the youngster. In 14 games as a DH in Venezuela...
Washington Nationals catcher Wilson Ramos accidentally hit the bat of Philadelphia Phillies batter Chase Utley with a throw to first base during Monday night's game at Citizens Bank Park. It happened in the bottom of the fourth with Phillies runner Jimmy Rollins on first base. After Utley swung and missed on a 1-1 pitch, Ramos tried to make a quick throw to nail Rollins at...
Heading towards the end of August, the Washington Nationals seem to be finally making a run. After winning eight our of their last nine games the Nationals appear to be finally hitting their stride. This leaves us to wonder, what will it take for this team to keep it up and actually make the postseason?
Fortunately for the Nationals, their schedule is one of the easiest remaining...
This past week has seen a lot of moves by the Washington Nationals. The Nationals have traded two players back to their former teams. While it may seem the Nationals are getting the short end of the stick, these moves don’t seem to be detrimental to the team in any way.
The first move they made this week was sending OF David DeJesus to the Tampa Bay Rays. This was just four days...
"That’s the team I want to see." (Wilson Ramos, via Washington Times, 7/28/2013)
Nationals 14, Mets 1: Who are these guys? After Game 1 on Friday, did anyone see this coming?
Up above, video of Wilson Ramos clubbing his third inning grand slam.
Onward and upward?
(Screencap via MASN/MLB.com video)
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Washington Nationals catcher Wilson Ramos has gained independence from the disabled list. MLB.com's Bill Ladson reports that the Nationals will activate Ramos in time for the 11:05 Eastern game with the Milwaukee Brewers. CSN Washington's Mark Zuckerman confirmed the news Thursday morning.
Wilson Ramos activated and in #Nats lineup. Jhonatan Solano optioned to AAA....
Nationals catcher Wilson Ramos said Wednesday he will have surgery on his torn right anterior cruciate ligament in two to three weeks, forcing him out for the remainder of the season, The Washington Post reported.
Ramos was injured as he chased a ball in the seventh inning of the Nationals' 2-1 win over Cincinnati last Saturday.
The 24-year-old said he had not suffered any...
ALIVE AND WELL
Above, video of Wilson Ramos meeting with the Venezuelan media shortly after his rescue on Friday night.
"The truth is I’m still very nervous, but thanks to God everything turned out well." (WIlson Ramos, via Washington Post, 11/12/2011)
"This is a pain nobody deserves to feel, so many things went through my mind, and I feared like never before." (Wilson...
KEEP HOPE ALIVE
Nationals fans will descend upon Nationals Park Friday night to hold a candlelight vigil for the 24-year-old catcher who was abducted by four armed men in his native Venezuela on Wednesday night.