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MASN Sports Oct 4, 2015

Wilson Ramos "very happy" to call all three Nationals no-hitters - Byron Kerr

Wilson Ramos "very happy" to call all three Nationals no-hitters, two this season

Patrick Reddington: Looking at Wilson Ramos' full season at the plate and behind it

The question for the last few years has been, "What would Wilson Ramos do with a full season's worth of at-bats?" In his 113-game, 435-plate appearance campaign in D.C. in 2011, the then-23-year-old catcher put up a .267/.334/.445 line with...
Washington Post Oct 1, 2015

Nats Journal: Wilson Ramos has had a better defensive year than you may think

Wilson Ramos is known more for his offense than his defense, but this season, he is hitting .228 with 15 home runs and a .616 OPS, below the league average for catchers, and he’s shown more improvement behind the plate than in the batter’s box.Read full article >>
CSN Washington Sep 15, 2015

Ramos proud of new mark for games caught

Wilson Ramos played in his 114th game of the season Monday night, establishing a new career high meaningful to the oft-injured Nationals catcher.

Ramos proud to establish new mark for games played

PHILADELPHIA — Wilson Ramos didn’t realize it until informed Tuesday afternoon. But upon learning he had played in his 114th game of the season the previous night, establishing a new career high, the Nationals catcher couldn’t hold back a wide smile. “You tell me that right now, and it makes me feel excited,” he said.…

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