Wilson Ramos

Police Scene

David Elfin On Sports: Shooting Death, Kidnapping and Sexual Abuse

There are times when the sports world seems all too real.

106.7 The Fan–11/10/2011


Nationals Wilson Ramos Kidnapped

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.

106.7 The Fan–11/09/2011

Los Angeles Dodgers v Washington Nationals

Nationals Power Past Dodgers 7-2

The Nationals used four home runs to power past the Dodgers en route to a 7-2 win.

106.7 The Fan–09/05/2011

Ryan Zimmerman #11 of the Washington Nationals

Nationals Come Back Stuns Phillies, 8-4

Ryan Zimmerman’s grand slam wins it in last at-bat.

106.7 The Fan–08/20/2011

Washington Nationals v Philadelphia Phillies

Hernandez Outduels Hamels, Nationals Beat Phillies 4-2

The Nationals defeated the Phillies 4-2, after Livan Hernandez pitched 6 and 2/3 innings of 1-run ball.

106.7 The Fan–08/13/2011

Washington Nationals v Houston Astros

Nats Rally, But Fall To Astros 7-6

Despite a big night from Michael Morse, the Nationals didn’t have enough offense to out-slug the Astros, falling 7-6.

106.7 The Fan–07/20/2011

Washington Nationals v Atlanta Braves

Nationals Bounce Back Over Braves

Wilson Ramos went 2 for 3, with three RBI including a two run bomb and an RBI double to help lift the Nationals over the Braves 5-2.

106.7 The Fan–07/16/2011

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Rockies Get By Nationals In Series Opener

The Nationals have lost two in a row and are now 5-4 on the final home stand before the All-Star break.

106.7 The Fan–07/08/2011

Danny Espinosa

Nationals Squeeze One Out Against The Cubs

Washington, DC-The Nationals win their third in a row, all by one run, defeating the Cubs 5-4 and taking the series. Check out what the Nats had to say following the win.

106.7 The Fan–07/06/2011

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Ramos’ Mammoth Walk Off Blast Lifts Nationals Past Mariners, 6-5

Through eight innings, it appeared Doug Fister was going to be the story. Things can change in an instant in baseball. That is why they play nine innings.

106.7 The Fan–06/22/2011