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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 >>
Washington Post Jul 21, 2015

Nats Journal: Wilson Ramos on his recent struggles at the plate

Over the past few weeks, Wilson Ramos hasn’t looked like himself at the plate. He is hitting .159 (10 for 63) since June 24. In that span, he has only one home run and has driven in five runs. With all the injuries to other hitters, the Nationals moved Ramos up to hit behind Bryce Harper, even using him as the cleanup hitter.Read full article >>
Washington Post Jul 8, 2015

Nats Journal: Nationals-Reds discussion thread: Game 85

UPDATE, 6:30 p.m.: The Nationals-Reds game is in a rain delay. No expected start time has been announced yet.Gio Gonzalez (6-4, 4.16 ERA) takes the mound Wednesday for the Nationals, hoping to avoid a season sweep at the hands of Reds. The Nationals have lost all five games against the Reds this season. Gonzalez is paired with Jose Lobaton again, the eighth time this season, and has a 3.14 ERA with him behind the plate. Gonzalez has been caught by Wilson Ramos eight times this season, too, but has a 5.12 ERA with him. Gonzalez will face off against Reds right-hander Michael Lorenzen (3-3,...
Washington Post Jul 7, 2015

Nats Journal: Denard Span undergoes MRI exam; Yunel Escobar resting hamstring

The Washington Nationals’ lineup card for Tuesday’s game against the Cincinnati Reds was different from what usually appears in the hallway outside of the team’s clubhouse. Only three regular starters were listed in their normally designated positions: right fielder Bryce Harper, catcher Wilson Ramos and shortstop Ian Desmond.Read full article >>

Nationals sweep Giants behind Zimmermann, Ramos

By Rich Dubroff CSNwashington.com The Nationals said all the right things about this series with the San Francisco Giants, and all weekend long they played the right way against the team that sent them home last October. Jordan Zimmermann pitched seven solid innings, and Wilson Ramos slammed a tie-breaking homer as the Nationals beat the…
CSN Washington Jul 5, 2015

Nationals sweep Giants behind Zimmermann, Ramos

Jordan Zimmermann pitched seven solid innings and Wilson Ramos hit a key home run as the Nationals swept the San Francisco Giants this weekend. Sunday's final was 3-1.

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