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Washington Post May 18, 2015

Nats Journal: Danny Espinosa’s left-handed swing making a difference

There are many reasons for the Nationals’ scoring binges over the past three weeks. Red-hot Bryce Harper (1.206 OPS) is chief among them. Yunel Escobar (.326 average), Denard Span (.906 OPS) and Wilson Ramos (.314 average) have also played significant roles. In that span, they have risen to fourth in the majors in runs scored per game (4.97) and fifth in OPS (.745).Read full article >>
CSN Washington May 10, 2015

Ramos shines on special Mother's Day in Nats' comeback win

Wilson Ramos led the Nationals to victory on Mother's Day and afterwards dedicated his day to his mother and wife.

A special Mother’s Day performance for Ramos

When your teammate hits five home runs in three days including a walk-off shot the night before, it’s easy for accomplishments to go overlooked. Just because a player doesn’t make history, doesn’t mean he isn’t having a heck of a few days himself. Wilson Ramos, for one, has been swinging the bat about as well…
Washington Post May 10, 2015

Wilson Ramos completes late rally as Nationals finish sweep of Braves

When Wilson Ramos plays, he hits. That the Washington Nationals’ 27-year-old catcher had the ability to produce consistent offense was never a doubt. Whether he could play enough games to do so, troubled by injuries of all shapes and equally frustrating sizes, was the question. So far this season, Ramos is staying healthy, playing almost every day, and producing. In the Nationals’ 5-4 win over the Atlanta Braves on Sunday afternoon, he produced two hits and drove in the go-ahead run in the bottom of the eighth, one that clinched Washington’s first series sweep of the season. Read full...
Washington Post Apr 30, 2015

Nats Journal: Wilson Ramos getting it done at the plate, both with his bat and his glove

ATLANTA — Ironically, given the premise of this post, the play most people will remember from Wilson Ramos during the Nationals’ current road trip is a certain poorly executed rundown in Miami, when Ramos held on to a ball some thought he should throw — and a three-run triple followed to doom the Nationals.Read full article >>

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