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Latest Wilson Ramos Items
Nationals catcher Wilson Ramos took his first swings Friday since breaking a bone in his left hand on Opening Day.
The Nationals' bench is playing much better through two weeks than it did last year. Have their depth problems fixed?
Wilson Ramos has dealt with a variety of injuries over the course of his five major league seasons and his broken left hand is just the latest. How will the Nationals fare without Ramos in the lineup?
With all of the injuries Wilson Ramos has sustained, it seems as though he can't catch a break. CSNWashington.com Nationals Insider Mark Zuckerman lets fans know what they can expect with Ramos out of the lineup.
Wilson Ramos was dealing with left wrist pain during the final week of spring training, but the Nationals had no reason to believe at the time it would lead to a broken hamate bone.
Washington Nationals catcher Wilson Ramos had surgery for a broken hamate bone in his left hand Wednesday and is expected to miss about four to six weeks.
Nationals catcher Wilson Ramos underwent surgery to repair the hamate bone in his left wrist on Wednesday morning and will be sidelined from 4-to-5 weeks.
If Wilson Ramos needs hand surgery, the pressure will be on backup catcher Jose Lobaton to carry the load for the Nationals.
After an initial X-ray showed no break on Nationals catcher Wilson Ramos' hand, a second opinion has revealed a fracture in his left hamate bone. Ramos will now undergo surgery and miss 4-5 weeks.