In the past year and a half, Wilson Ramos has been kidnapped in his native Venezuela and has torn the ACL and meniscus in his right knee. Now, he’s feeling like he’s part of the Nationals again.
At the halfway point of the season, the Washington Nationals have a commanding lead over the NL East, and in just three seasons, have gone from the laughingstock of the league, to one of the most feared lineups in all of baseball. The only question is: Can they keep it up?
Bryce Harper stood out in his surprise call-up over the weekend, not just with his hair or with his bat, but with his arm. And considering he hit well against one of the league’s better pitching staffs, perhaps Harper could be the bolt of energy this lineup needs.
Venezuelan police rescued Washington Nationals catcher Wilson Ramos on Friday, two days after he was kidnapped, officials announced.
Venezuelan police have put out a press release denying the death of Washington Nationals’ catcher Wilson Ramos.
After a full day and a half after his disappearance, Wilson Ramos’ family has still not heard from his kidnappers.
Venezuelan intelligence police have confirmed that Washington Nationals catcher Wilson Ramos is still alive after being abducted last night by kidnappers.
There are times when the sports world seems all too real.
The 24-year-old Venezuelan player was back in Venezuela after finishing his rookie season. He was seized from his home by kidnappers on Wednesday night.