Also, Wilson Ramos had the stitches removed from his left hand and is beginning rehab.
Washington Post "Nationals catcher and opening day cleanup hitter Wilson Ramos will likely undergo hamate bone surgery on his left hand Wednesday morning, according to multiple people familiar with situation. The procedure would sideline the Nationals’ bedrock catcher for more than a month and affect him once he..." April 02
MLB.com "Washington Nationals catcher Wilson Ramos underwent successful surgery on Wednesday to remove a fractured hamate bone from his left hand. Ramos, who visited with hand specialist Dr. Kenneth Means on Tuesday, had the operation Wednesday and he will begin his rehab immediately. The team placed..." April 02
The #Nats have agreed to terms with catcher Wilson Ramos, avoiding arbitration.
Washington Post "Wilson Ramos’s biggest offseason goal is to tackle a lingering fear that he still wrestles with every day now. Every time he runs the Nationals catcher is scared he will hurt himself again. Until this season he had never felt this way. Until this April he hadn’t hurt his hamstring. Until this May..." September 27
Washington Times "Wilson Ramos’ 44-game stay on the disabled list looks to be nearing its end. The Washington Nationals’ catcher will serve as the designated hitter Wednesday evening for Single-A Potomac, and manager Davey Johnson is hopeful he will be ready to be activated on Thursday. The Nationals play an 11..." July 03
Washington Post "Wilson Ramos suffered a slight setback during his rehab from a left hamstring strain, according to Manager Davey Johnson, and is “a long shot” to return for the all-star break next month. Ramos was running during first-to-third drills in Viera, Fla., and “slightly re-injured” himself two days ago,..." June 13
Washington Times "There was plenty about the Washington Nationals’ 3-1 loss to the Los Angeles Dodgers on Wednesday night that was familiar. They’ve seen the scoreboard littered in zeroes and the occasional “1” glowing back at them. They’ve dealt with the frustrations that come with leaving nine runners on base..." May 16
Ramos pulled hamstring. Davey said he could be out a few weeks. Solano likely next up. #Nats
Washington Times "Wilson Suzuki? Kurt Ramos? Kurtson Ramsuki? Just who is catching for the Nationals these days? For the time being, a different guy every night. Tuesday night, as the Nats opened a homestand against the Chicago White Sox, it was Wilson Ramos. Wednesday night, it will be Kurt Suzuki. Faced with a..." April 10
Washington Post "Wilson Ramos readied his catcher’s gear on Tuesday morning at his locker in the Nationals‘ clubhouse. He unwrapped a new face mask and chest guard, and adjusted his knee protectors. He was, for the first time in nine months since suffering a major injury to his right knee, going to crouch behind a..." March 06
Nats Insider "The Nationals would like to bring Wilson Ramos along slowly this spring, giving the rehabbing catcher ample time to get his body back into full game shape following ACL surgery. Ramos, though, continues to push for a heavier workload, and today the Nationals acquiesced. For the first time since..." February 18
Washington Post "Since late January, Wilson Ramos has been in Viera, Fla. It’s a long way from chilly Washington, where he spent most of the offseason. He came here nearly three weeks before pitchers and catchers reported to spring training on Tuesday for various reasons; chief among them is a burning desire to..." February 12
Nats Insider "Whether sauntering around the clubhouse at Space Coast Stadium, taking hacks in the batting cage or squatting behind the plate to receive pitches, Wilson Ramos shows no visible signs of the gruesome right knee injury that befell him nine months ago. Indeed, as Nationals pitchers and catchers..." February 11