Wilson Ramos Lands on DL Again; Sandy Leon Recalled

Wilson Ramos The Washington Nationals announced that catcher Wilson Ramos will be headed to the disabled list due to a right hamstring strain. The good news about the injury is that it doesn’t appear to be too serious and according to doctors he may just need 8-10 days to heal which means he can come off the DL at the minimum 15 day limit which could allow him to be activated on June 26. Read more about Wilson Ramos Lands on DL Again; Sandy Leon Recalled

Nationals vs Giants 6/11 Lineup and Preview

1400266949989 The Washington Nationals came into San Francisco on Monday ready to play the best team in baseball in a four game series and after two games the Nationals are playing like they are the best team in baseball. The Nationals blew out the Giants in the first game 9-2 and then grinded out a 2-1 nail bitter on Tuesday now the Nationals will look to stay the hottest team in baseball for tonight’s game as they still look to take over the lead in the NL East from the Atlanta Braves. Read more about Nationals vs Giants 6/11 Lineup and Preview

Nationals Pull Off 2-1 Victory over Giants

curlyw Any team can win games 9-2, 6-0 and 8-4 like the Nationals have been this past week however it is the teams that win the 2-1 ball games against the best team in baseball that are the ones that succeed in October. Well the Washington Nationals are slowly becoming that team that can put up nine runs on offense the night before and then just the next night gets a 2-1 win. Read more about Nationals Pull Off 2-1 Victory over Giants

How Good can a HEATHLY Nationals Lineup Be?

100px-Washington_Nationals_logo_svg The Washington Nationals began the 2014 season with high hopes and World Series aspirations however on May 27 the team is 51 games into the regular season and is sitting in third place in the NL East with a 25-26 record. The Nationals have really had a disappointing month of May so far as they are 9-14 and are hitting only .223, which is worst in all of baseball. At this moment the Nationals also have had to deal with injuries like no other team since the start of the season although it appears the Nationals have always had to deal with injuries and that is this team’s major setback. Read more about How Good can a HEATHLY Nationals Lineup Be?

Player Profile: Wilson Ramos

Wilson Ramos

The Washington Nationals have a plentiful group of outstanding young talent that litters their rotation and their batting order. With such talents as Bryce Harper, Stephen Strasburg, Anthony Rendon, Gio Gonzalez, and Ian Desmond leading the strong youth movement that has taken the Nationals into playoff contention and hopefully World Series contention but of the youth movement none could have as great of an impact on the Nationals than catcher Wilson Ramos. Read more about Player Profile: Wilson Ramos

Wilson Ramos Activated off DL

Wilson Ramos The Buffalo is back. Catcher, Wilson Ramos has been activated off the Disabled list and will play and start in his second game of the season after needing to have surgery on his left hand to remove the hamate bone. He suffered the injury on opening day and had the surgery a day later. Excitement has been building for the return of the Buffalo in Washington D.C. as he has played in rehab games in the last four days which resulted in him hitting three home runs over that span, including catching nine innings for Class AA Harrisburg on Monday.

Ramos will start today and bat fifth in the order against former Nationals pitcher Dan Haren, who he caught for all of last year, so no one knows Haren better than him. Read more about Wilson Ramos Activated off DL

Wilson Ramos out 4-6 weeks

Washington Nationals catcher, Wilson Ramos injured his hand in the opener against the Mets. Ramos had surgery on his hand Wednesday to repair a broken hamate bone in his left hand. This is a hamate bone in case you were wondering. Ramos is expected to miss 4-6 weeks and was placed on the 15-day DL Wednesday afternoon retroactive to April 1.

According to manager, Matt Williams, “Everything went fine.” Ramos was productive when not sidelined with injury last year hitting .272/.307/.470 and 16 homers plus 59 RBIs in 78 games.
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