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|2015 Season (CBSSports.com)||430.00||19.00||.274||65.00||42.00||0.00|
|Games Played By Position|
|vs Miami||8||3||0|| .375|| .375|| .375|
|vs Hamels (Career)||20||4||1|| .350||.238||.200|
|vs LHP||11||5||1|| .455|| .818|| .455|
|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, LF CHC
Alexi Amarista, SS SD
Jon Gray, SP COL
|Last 10 Games|
Yunel Escobar, Wilson Ramos, Tyler Moore out of Nationals' lineup
|by Shawn Krest | CBSSports.com|
|(4/18/15) Nationals third baseman Yunel Escobar is not in the starting lineup for Saturday's game against the Phillies. Escobar was questionable with a groin injury. He's been replaced by Danny Espinosa, who is batting seventh in the lineup.
Manager Matt Williams said Escobar "felt pretty good" Saturday morning. He will receive an MRI.
Infielder Emmanuel Burriss is not in the starting lineup for Washington's Triple-A affiliate, Syracuse, leaving open the possibility that Escobar may be placed on the disabled list later today.
Two other Nationals regulars are out of Saturday's lineup: Catcher Wilson Ramos and left fielder Tyler Moore. Jose Lobaton gets the start at catcher, batting eighth. Clint Robinson is in left, batting fifth.
Wilson Ramos doubles in three to lead Nationals to victory
|by Marty Gitlin | CBSSports.com|
|(4/15/15) Nationals catcher Wilson Ramos was in a bit of a rut. He had entered play Wednesday having been 0-for-4 or 1-for-4 in all six games this season.
Ramos, however, jumped out of that rut Wednesday by keying a victory over Boston. He slammed a three-run double in the third inning to start the rout, then singled and scored in the seventh. He now has seven RBI, all in the last four games.
Nationals' Wilson Ramos not in lineup Monday
|by R.J. White | CBSSports.com|
|(4/13/15) Nationals catcher Wilson Ramos is not in the starting lineup for Monday's game against the Red Sox in Boston.
Jose Lobaton, who is 0 for 3 in one game this season, will draw the start behind the plate and bat seventh. Ramos is 4 for 20 with one double and one home run in five games.
The Nationals will also welcome back left fielder Jayson Werth, who is batting cleanup Monday. The Nationals are underdogs (+115) in Boston.
Nationals' Wilson Ramos 'feeling great' with Max Scherzer
|by R.J. White | CBSSports.com|
|(4/7/15) Nationals catcher Wilson Ramos praised the ability of Opening Day starter Max Scherzer to avoid getting rattled when he got into a jam Monday, masnsports.com reports.
"It's very important after you walk one guy, he wasn't crazy all of the game with the other hitters," Ramos said. "It was very important for him. We was on the same page, not shaking me off too much. That's very important for me. I was feeling great behind the plate with him. We'll see what happens next start."
Scherzer no-hit the Mets for five innings to open the start, though the team fell 3-1 after play was complete.
"Yeah, I was very excited to be behind the plate that game with him," Ramos said. "Couple of errors changed the game. But that happens in this game. We got more games coming."
The Nationals will square off with the Mets Wednesday.
Nationals' Wilson Ramos feeling great heading into spring training
|by Sean d'Oliveira | CBSSports.com|
|(2/19/15) Nationals catcher Wilson Ramos told reporters Thursday he spent the offseason working on increasing his agility and strengthening his hamstring, reports The Washington Times.
As a result, Ramos said he is feeling great before spring training begins.
|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|
|4/26/15||@ MIA||1:10 pm||Dan Haren|
|4/27/15||@ ATL||7:10 pm||Eric Stults|
|4/28/15||@ ATL||7:10 pm||Julio Teheran|
|4/29/15||@ ATL||7:10 pm||Alex Wood|
|4/30/15||@ NYM||7:10 pm||Jacob deGrom|
|5/1/15||@ NYM||7:10 pm||Matt Harvey|
|5/2/15||@ NYM||7:10 pm||Jonathon Niese|