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MASN Sports Aug 27, 2015

Padres take 1-0 lead aided by Ramos throwing error - Byron Kerr

The Padres tallied the first run of the game after Joe Ross rolled through the first three innings. The Nationals right-hander did not allow a hit through the first three frames. But in the fourth, Cory Spangenberg hit a dribbler...
CSN Washington Aug 26, 2015

Ramos catches Gonzalez for 1st time in months

After 10 straight starts pitching to Jose Lobaton, Nationals left-hander Gio Gonzalez had Wilson Ramos for a batterymate Wednesday night.

Ramos catches Gonzalez for 1st time in months

It was never designed to happen. It just developed organically, with Jose Lobaton becoming the equivalent of Gio Gonzalez’s personal catcher over the course of the summer. Ten straight times Gonzalez took the mound to pitch, Lobaton took his spot behind the plate to catch the left-hander. Until Wednesday night, when Wilson Ramos served as…
Washington Post Aug 26, 2015

Nats Journal: Tonight’s Nationals-Padres lineups

Nationals Manager Matt Williams will keep his just-restored lineup intact Wednesday night against the Padres, most notably leaving Wilson Ramos behind the plate to catch starter Gio Gonzalez, who has been caught by Jose Lobaton in each of his starts since July.  Ramos has homers in back-to-back games.Read full article >>
Washington Post Aug 26, 2015

Nats Journal: Wilson Ramos’s numbers have not improved with his health, but that might be about to change

This season has been unusual for Wilson Ramos. For the first time in several years, he hasn’t gotten hurt or landed on the disabled list. And presumably, a healthy Ramos is a better player. But, oddly, that hasn’t been the case. So far, Ramos is mired in the worst offensive season of his career. His .238/.272/.368 slash line is far below his career marks, and lower than his injured seasons.Read full article >>
CSN Washington Aug 23, 2015

Ramos hoping to build on strong series vs. Brewers

Wilson Ramos showed off his power stroke in Sunday's win over the Brewers, something he and the Nats want to see more of the rest of the season.
Washington Post Aug 22, 2015

Nats Journal: Nationals work with Wilson Ramos, Jose Lobaton to improve catching outfield throws

Four hours before Saturday’s game, a pitching machine was set up in shallow right field. Balls were fed into the machine, which fired them toward home plate on a bounce. At home, Wilson Ramos and Jose Lobaton each took turns fielding the balls with Manager Matt Williams watching nearby, along with coaches Randy Knorr and Bobby Henley, both former big league catchers.Read full article >>
CSN Washington Aug 6, 2015

Desmond, Ramos deliver a win for Ross

Ian Desmond and Wilson Ramos delivered for the Nationals on Thursday afternoon, helping Washington to a win over Arizona.
MASN Sports Aug 5, 2015

Ramos said 2011 video of his swing fueled Tuesday's game-winning hit - Byron Kerr

Wilson Ramos said 2011 video of his swing fueled Tuesday's game-winning hit
CSN Washington Aug 5, 2015

Ramos comes through with go-ahead hit against D'Backs

Wilson Ramos had been struggling, but he came up big in the Nationals' win over Arizona on Tuesday night.

Ramos comes through with go-ahead hit

Since the Nationals traded for Wilson Ramos back in 2010, he has shown flashes of All-Star capabilities as a catcher who can at times look like one of the best hitters in the league at his position. Injuries have always been his problem, at least until this year. Ramos has been in the lineup more…
Washington Post Aug 4, 2015

Nationals hold on to beat Arizona after big hit from Wilson Ramos

This season has been difficult for Wilson Ramos. Sure, he has enjoyed his healthiest season in four years. But the heavy load has worn him down. His offense and defense haven’t been as good as before. As other injured hitters returned, the Washington Nationals have given Ramos more rest of late, as his slump at the plate worsened. Tuesday was the first time he had started back-to-back games in a week.Read full article >>
Arizona Republic Aug 4, 2015
Nationals edge D-Backs on Ramos bloop hit

Nationals edge D-Backs on Ramos bloop hit

Wilson Ramos blooped a two-run single to right with one out in the bottom of the eighth that helped the Washington Nationals to a 5-4 victory over the Arizona Diamondbacks on Tuesday night.         
Washington Post Aug 1, 2015

Nats Journal: On Wilson Ramos, Jose Lobaton, and their playing time behind the plate

FLUSHING, N.Y. — The first Nationals hitter to get a hit against Mets starter Matt Harvey on Friday night did so in the sixth inning, when backup catcher Jose Lobaton singled to right. Most second catchers play day games after night games, once every five days, or something like that. Lobaton was playing Friday night’s series opener because Nationals Manager Matt Williams likes him to catch Gio Gonzalez, which he has for six straight starts now.Read full article >>

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