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Topic - Ramón Hernández
The Royals placed right-handers Louis Coleman and Luke Hochevar on the disabled list as part of a series of moves that set their roster for Monday's season opener in Detroit.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — Former All-Star catcher Ramon Hernandez has agreed to a minor league contract with the Kansas City Royals.
The Reds rearranged their catchers on Thursday, gave third baseman Scott Rolen more time to get over a hamstring injury, and provided right-handed reliever Jason Isringhausen with a chance to continue his comeback from elbow surgery in the minors.
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. (AP) — Grimy and sweaty after working two hours under a clear, sunny sky, Ramon Hernandez stuffed his catcher's gear into an oversized bag and headed toward the Baltimore Orioles' clubhouse.
"I could tell that he was an unstable person," Mr. Hernandez said, "but I don't know the details on what actually made him snap."
He told KABC-TV that they kept to themselves but he at times heard them arguing.