Wilson Ramos

Washington Nationals #40 - Catcher

  • Born: 08/10/87
  • Age: 26
  • Height: 6-0
  • Weight: 220
  • Bats/Throws: R/R

Williams: Ramos "a little bit" ahead of schedule

Washington Nationals' manager Matt Williams updated reporters on the status of Wilson Ramos' rehab from hamate bone surgery this afternoon, saying that, " He's right on schedule, maybe a little bit ahead, actually."

Williams: Wilson Ramos To Have Hamate Bone Surgery

Washington Nationals' Manager Matt Williams told 106.7 the FAN in D.C.'s The Sports Junkies this morning that 26-year-old catcher Wilson Ramos will have surgery to remove the hamate bone from his left hand. Ramos could miss 4-8 weeks...

WaPost: Hamate Surgery For Nats' C Wilson Ramos

Washington Nationals' catcher Wilson Ramos left the season opener with an injury and according to a Washington Post report tonight the 26-year-old catcher is headed for hamate bone sugery on his left hand which could cost him 4-8 weeks.

Wire Taps: Ramos Articles + Really? No Game Today?

The Washington Nationals beat the New York Mets 9-7 in the season opener on Monday, but the big story after the game was the injury Nats' catcher Wilson Ramos sustained at the end of the game. All the links that are fit to print can be found below...

Nats Nightly: Nationals Win Season Opener, 9-7...

In case you're new to the site or haven't heard this before this is Nats Nightly, a collaboration between the District Sports Page and Federal Baseball. Dave Nichols and I, and often Doughouse, talk after every game, including today's 9-7 win...

Nats' C Wilson Ramos Leaves Game W/ Hand Issue...

The Nationals beat the Mets 9-7 this afternoon in the first game of the 2014 campaign, but afterwards there was bad news about Wilson Ramos, who left the game with an issue with his left hand. X-rays were negative, but he'll see a specialist.

Nationals' Opening Day Lineup: Ramos vs the Mets

Wilson Ramos crushes New York Mets' pitching. At least he has through his first four seasons in the majors. New Washington Nationals' skipper Matt Williams has the Nats' catcher hitting cleanup today in the season opener in Citi Field.

Espinosa Homers Twice, Fister Returns, 6-5 Nats...

The big story at the start of today's game was Doug Fister's return to the mound in Viera, Florida's Space Coast Stadium, but by the end of the game, it was all about Washington Nationals' second baseman Danny Espinosa, whose second home run was a wa

"I just see a guy that understands how to hit..."

Nationals' catcher Wilson Ramos is 11 for 31 so far this spring, and Nats' skipper Matt Williams told reporters this week that the big 26-year-old backstop has been impressive behind the plate as well as he prepares for his fifth MLB season.

Williams on Doug Fister's Elbow, Bullpen Session

Matt Williams was waiting to hear from pitching coach Steve McCatty when he spoke to reporters this morning about Doug Fister's bullpen session, but he did provide some updates on the 30-year-old right-hander who is dealing with elbow inflammation.

Ramos on HR vs Astros: "I hit the ball well."

Nationals' catcher Wilson Ramos told reporters today that he got all of the fastball Astros' lefty Brett Oberholtzer threw him in the bottom of the first inning. Ramos hit a three-run blast that gave the Nats an early 6-0 lead in their 8-5 win.

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