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|2015 Season (CBSSports.com)||430.00||19.00||.274||65.00||42.00||0.00|
|Games Played By Position|
|vs Hamels (Career)||20||4||1|| .350||.238||.200|
|vs LHP||63||18||1|| .318|| .365|| .286|
|12/27/2014||Wilson Ramos, C WAS|
Michael Cuddyer, LF NYM
Ian Kennedy, SP SD
Ryan Howard, 1B PHI
Ryan Rua, LF TEX
Aroldis Chapman, RP CIN
|Buster Posey, C SF|
|12/25/2014||Wilson Ramos, C WAS||Kole Calhoun, RF LAA|
|12/23/2014||Wilson Ramos, C WAS|
Josh Collmenter, SP ARI
|Chris Owings, 2B ARI|
Junior Lake, RF CHC
Alexi Amarista, SS SD
Jon Gray, SP COL
|Last 10 Games|
Jose Lobaton replaces Wilson Ramos in Nationals' skeleton lineup
|by Shawn Krest | CBSSports.com|
|(6/27/15) Nationals catcher Wilson Ramos gets a rest on Saturday as Jose Lobaton gets the start behind the plate.
Lobaton starts for the 18th time and second time in the last nine games.
With the lineup shuffling resulting from three other Nationals players sitting out due to injury, Saturday's lineup features just one regular --shortstop Ian Desmond.
Nationals' Wilson Ramos happy he is able to stay in lineup, off DL
|by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com|
|(6/26/15) If you ask Nationals catcher Wilson Ramos what his greatest accomplishment this season has been, he will probably give you the answer staying healthy and being able to avoid a trip to the disabled list.
“I’m really happy,” he said, per The Washington Post. “Staying healthy has helped me a lot. I’m really happy with what I did in the offseason and in spring training. It has helped me stay healthy and I hope to keep doing it. I didn’t think I’d feel this way. They kept telling me to keep working and working and things will be better. I did it all.”
In each of the three previous seasons, Ramos wasn't playing by this point in the season due to injury. In 2015, he has started a team-high 56 games at catcher.
The 27-year-old catcher is batting .269 with seven home runs, 12 doubles and 33 RBI in 2015.
“The boost that he provides for us is he understands our guys,” manager Matt Williams said. “He knows our guys. He’s got experience with these starting pitchers. He’s one swing away from hitting the ball over the fence. He provides middle of the order run scoring -- the ability to dive in runs for us. And he wants to play. So there’s times where we just won’t push him too hard.”
Nationals C Wilson Ramos doubles among three hits Tuesday
|by Jason Lempert | Staff Writer|
|(6/24/15) Nationals catcher Wilson Ramos had his first three-hit game in nearly two months, as the Nationals rolled over the Braves 3-1 on Tuesday. Ramos went 3 for 4 with a double in the victory, and is now hitting .325 with three home runs over this last 10 games.
Nationals C Wilson Ramos drives in four runs Tuesday
|by Sean d'Oliveira | CBSSports.com|
|(6/17/15) Nationals catcher Wilson Ramos drove in a team-high four runs during Tuesday's 16-4 win over the Rays.
Ramos went 2 for 5 at the plate with two runs scored. Ramos hit his sixth home run of the season when he connected off Jake Elmore in the eighth inning for a solo shot. Ramos drove in two more runs in the ninth when he hit his seventh home run of the season for a two-run shot off Nick Franklin. The four RBI were a season high for Ramos.
Prior to his two home runs Tuesday, Ramos was hitting .229 with two home runs and six RBI in his last 12 games.
Nationals C Wilson Ramos not starting on Wednesday
|by Jason Lempert | Staff Writer|
|(6/10/15) After catching a night game on Tuesday, Nationals catcher Wilson Ramos is getting the day off for Wednesday's matinee against the Yankees. Ramos had started four straight games for the Nationals, but has just five hits in 23 at-bats this month.
Jose Lobaton will take over behind the plate and bat eighth on Wednesday.
|2014 Summary: Turns out the Wilson Ramos believers and detractors both got it right. The 27-year-old continued to homer at a decent rate after exploding for 16 in 287 at-bats in 2013. But what he lost in that category he didn't gain in doubles, giving him a slugging percentage that rivaled his .299 on-base percentage in mediocrity. Catcher being as weak as it is, he still had the 10th-most Head-to-Head points per game at the position, so his percentages didn't bury him in the rankings. His health did a good enough job of that. |
Playing time status: Ramos has the Nationals' catcher role all to himself, but maybe that's not such a good thing. He can never hold up for 100 games, much less the 130 expected of a full-time catcher. Last year, a broken hand was the main culprit, costing him all of April, but he also missed a couple weeks with a hamstring injury.
2015 Outlook: Ramos plays the right position, anyway. Catcher has no shortage of impatient so-so power guys who underwhelmed in 2014, and amazingly, he's not even the scariest of the bunch. He's no more than a fallback options in one-catcher leagues, but he may creep into the middle rounds in two-catcher leagues.
|Upcoming 7 Games|
|7/3/15||SF||6:05 pm||Jake Peavy|
|7/4/15||SF||11:05 am||Madison Bumgarner|
|7/5/15||SF||8:08 pm||Ryan Vogelsong|
|7/6/15||CIN||7:05 pm||Anthony DeSclafani|
|7/7/15||CIN||7:05 pm||Johnny Cueto|
|7/8/15||CIN||7:05 pm||Michael Lorenzen|
|7/10/15||@ BAL||7:05 pm||Chris Tillman|