True Blue L.A. "MRI results for Hanley Ramirez confirmed a strain of his left hamstring strain, and the Dodgers are placing the official timetable for his return at four to six weeks. That puts Ramirez back with the Dodgers some time in the first two weeks of June if all goes according to plan. Ramirez injured..." May 08
Hanley headed to DL, #Dodgers working through roster move. Waiting to see how Adrian is today. M. Ellis also possible DL. Already out 7 days
It's official: Hanley Ramirez left game in SF with a left hamstring injury.
#Dodgers give LF Carl Crawford another day off. With team off Thurs that'll be 3 consec days to nurse tight hamstring.
L.A. Daily News "Dodgers shortstop Hanley Ramirez made the most of his worst-case scenario, coming back from a gut-wrenching injury weeks ahead of schedule, at the same time Clayton Kershaw needed some time away from the ballpark. Ramirez was activated from the disabled list Monday, five weeks and three days..." April 30
Clayton Kershaw placed on bereavement list; Hanley Ramirez reinstated from the DL.
Hanley Ramirez is not in the Dodgers lineup tonight, but he's also not in Albuquerque's lineup
ESPN Los Angeles "Los Angeles Dodgers shortstop Hanley Ramirez will begin a minor league rehabilitation assignment Saturday and could rejoin the team as early as Tuesday, several weeks earlier than anticipated, manager Don Mattingly said Friday. After Ramirez had surgery March 22 to repair a torn tendon in his..." April 27
Don Mattingly said Hanley Ramirez will begin rehab assignment Saturday with @quakes_baseball
Hanley Ramirez hopes to go on a minor league rehabilitation assignment next week. Expects to play 3 games.
CBS Los Angeles "The Dodgers could soon get their shortstop Hanley Ramirez sooner than expected. The 29-year-old slugger is hoping to return in time for his bobble head night on Monday April 30th. “I want to be there.” Ramirez said to reporters on his return after batting practice in Baltimore. “Hopefully,..." April 20
True Blue L.A. "While Dodgers pitcher Zack Greinke will learn his fate from team physician Dr. Neal ElAttrache in Los Angeles, the team has some good medical news on Friday as well. Hanley Ramirez gets the cast removed from his right hand on Friday, three weeks after thumb surgery. "He's actually been able to..." April 13
Hanley Ramirez announced on Twitter that his cast will be removed today (Friday).
Los Angeles Times "Sidelined shortstop Hanley Ramirez said he expects to get the cast removed from his right hand this week. With the cast stabilizing his surgically repaired right thumb, Ramirez is already taking grounders, throwing and hitting one-handed. He remains hopeful he could return to the lineup by the..." April 09
ESPN.com "Dodgers shortstop Hanley Ramirez is scheduled to undergo surgery Friday on his injured right thumb and is expected to be sidelined for eight weeks. The Dodgers said Thursday that an MRI indicated that a ligament in Ramirez's thumb was torn. Ramirez suffered the injury Tuesday night while..." March 21
Los Angeles Times "While General Manager Ned Colletti tried to downplay the anticipated eight-week absence of Hanley Ramirez, Dodgers Manager Don Mattingly acknowledged he was concerned about the left side of the infield. “To be honest with you, I’m not comfortable with anything that’s going on at short right..." March 21
Hardball Talk "The thumb injury that caused Hanley Ramirez to leave the World Baseball Classic championship game turned out to be a significant one, as Ken Rosenthal of FOXSports.com reports that the Dodgers shortstop has a torn ligament that will require surgery. He’s scheduled to go under the knife..." March 21
dodgers plan until Hanley gets back is Cruz at SS, Uribe at 3B. Uribe's had nice spring. big comeback.
Los Angeles Times "Zack Greinke said Wednesday that he should be ready to pitch in the opening week of the regular season, but the Dodgers braced themselves for the possibility that shortstop Hanley Ramirez could be lost for more than two months. Ramirez was scheduled for an MRI exam on his right thumb, which he..." March 21
Based on what they know, #Dodgers think Hanley could be out 2-10 weeks, depending on severity of injury.
Los Angeles Times "As the Dominican Republic danced through the night, the Dodgers held their breath. They must wait to see if their shortstop can play on opening day. Hanley Ramirez injured his right thumb in the championship game of the World Baseball Classic on Tuesday, in which the Dominican beat Puerto Rico,..." March 20
Orange County Register "Dodgers manager Don Mattingly has had the same answer all spring to questions about Hanley Ramirez's suitability to be the team's everyday shortstop. "If he'll go to work, he'll be fine," Mattingly said more than once. "He's got to work." All indications are Ramirez has been going to work. He..." February 28
True Blue L.A. "Over at FanGraphs, Eno Sarris came to the conclusion that maybe Hanley Ramirez should start at shortstop for the Dodgers. The argument boils down to Ramirez being relatively weakest to his right, and surrounding him with good defenders, especially Luis Cruz at third base: But there are the..." February 27
Los Angeles Times "If Hanley Ramirez is to be the Dodgers' starting shortstop, he'll have to improve his defense. That's been the Dodgers' stance all winter. Evidently, it's been Ramirez's too. Ramirez played 57 games at shortstop for the Dodgers last season after a midseason trade from the Miami Marlins, for..." February 16
True Blue L.A. "Should Hanley Ramirez play shortstop or third base for the Dodgers in 2013? It's a question that seems likely to linger for much of the season, well beyond the point at which the Dodgers have to commit to playing the 29-year-old enigma at one of those two positions. The word thus far from the..." December 18
Los Angeles Times "The Dodgers are prepared to start spring training with Hanley Ramirez as their starting shortstop. While they have maintained contact with Zack Greinke's agent and checked in with the New York Mets on the remote possibility of trading for R.A. Dickey at the winter meetings, they haven't pursued..." December 05
Los Angeles Times "Should Hanley Ramirez be moved from shortstop to third base next season? Should Andre Ethier be a platoon player? These are two questions the Dodgers might have to address in the near future, Manager Don Mattingly acknowledged Thursday. Ramirez was a shortstop his entire career until this..." September 28
Palm Beach Post "Welcome to "Hanleywood.'' That is how Hanley Ramirez could greet his former Marlins teammates this weekend at Dodger Stadium, using the same phrase he tweeted July 25 after he was traded to Los Angeles. But if the reception Ramirez got during the Dodgers' recent visit to Miami is any..." August 24
Miami Herald "It came as no surprise to Marlins manager Ozzie Guillen that Hanley Ramirez showboated a home run on Wednesday, drawing the ire of Pirates pitcher A.J. Burnett. "That's Hanley," Guillen said of the former Marlin, now with the Dodgers. "[If] Hanley hit a home run down by 30 runs, he would pimp..." August 18
Los Angeles Times "The first time Hanley Ramirez walked toward the batter's box at half-empty Marlins Park on Friday night, the vocal crowd was divided in its response. But with every at-bat Ramirez took, the reaction became increasingly one-sided — for the worse. Playing as a visitor for the first time in the..." August 11
Los Angeles Times "As he raced around third base, Hanley Ramirez saw the extended, rigid arms of third base coach Tim Wallach. He kept going anyway. "Maybe," Dodgers Manager Don Mattingly joked afterward, "they had a different sign in Miami than the universal hands up." Ramirez's disregard for the directive..." July 29
L.A. Daily News "Hanley Ramirez was asked why it was his preference to be involved in a trade that would make the Dodgers the team of his future. He pointed to his past. "I grew up watching the Dodgers," Ramirez said before his 10th-inning home run Friday gave Los Angeles a 5-3 victory over the San Francisco..." July 28
L.A. Daily News "How soon and how long Hanley Ramirez moves from third base to shortstop is not known, nor is his status batting fifth in the Dodgers lineup. But if the early returns are any indication, whatever position he plays and whatever spot in the order he bats, the Dodgers will do whatever it takes to..." July 28
Los Angeles Times "Hanley Ramirez couldn't stop smiling. "I can't," he said. "I can't." Ramirez smiled as he said that. Reliever Randy Choate, who was traded with Ramirez from the Miami Marlins to the Dodgers on Tuesday night, has noticed a change in the three-time All-Star. "He just seems to be smiling..." July 28
Los Angeles Times "Hanley Ramirez produced the kind of magical moment Friday night that the Dodgers envisioned when they inherited the $38-million remaining on his contract. The capacity crowd at AT&T Park fell silent as Ramirez launched a 10th-inning slider from Sergio Romo into the left-field stands for a..." July 28
St. Louis Post-Dispatch "In the visitors clubhouse Wednesday afternoon, the Dodgers slipped a No. 13 tag in a slot above a locker. They put three shirts, a warm-up jacket and some jerseys on hangers. To the side was a pair of royal blue socks with white HR initials already sewn on. The Dodgers were ready for infielder..." July 26
Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel "The Miami Marlins' franchise player is now a Los Angeles Dodger. The Marlins traded third baseman Hanley Ramirez to the Dodgers early Wednesday morning for pitching prospects Nathan Eovaldi and Scott McGough, according to multiple reports. The Dodgers also acquire lefthanded reliever Randy..." July 25
Yahoo! Sports "There is just something about Ned Colletti and selfish, talented, frustrating, invigorating baseball players named Ramirez. The Los Angeles Dodgers general manager experienced the yin and yang of Manny Ramirez over two seasons, and somehow it didn't scare him off the trail of poisonous clubhouse..." July 25
Oakland Tribune "Hours after winning their fifth straight game, the A's lost out on their bid to acquire infielder Hanley Ramirez from the Miami Marlins. The Los Angeles Dodgers traded for Ramirez, getting the three-time All-Star in a deal that was widely reported late Tuesday night. Before the Dodgers..." July 25
Los Angeles Times "As was promised by their new owners, this appears to be a new era for the Dodgers. The Dodgers made one of the most significant and stunning trades in the history of the franchise late Tuesday, acquiring three-time all-star Hanley Ramirez from the Miami Marlins, according to a person familiar..." July 25
CBSSports.com "Biggest question for the Marlins in the aftermath of Monday's trade with the Tigers is this: Now open for business, will the Fish get serious about shaking things up by dealing Hanley Ramirez? Rival executives who have spoken with Marlins people believe they've never been more open to the..." July 24
TheScore.com "From Bob Nightengale of USA Today, via MLBTR: The Oakland #Athletics,desperate for infield help,have jumped into trade talks for #Marlins Hanley Ramirez, joining#BlueJays and #RedSox. I've got to rush and film the Getting Blanked Show, so we'll have to resume this later, but quickly I'd just..." July 24
Foxsports.com "The Miami Marlins are telling other clubs, "We are open for business." And already, those clubs are calling Marlins officials, inquiring about trades for specific players. Among the Marlins drawing interest, according to major-league sources: Third baseman Hanley Ramirez, first baseman Carlos..." July 24
Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel "Manager Ozzie Guillen shared a taxi with Hanley Ramirez to PNC Park Friday. It was during that cab ride that Guillen became alarmed at the state of Ramirez's right hand. Not long after arriving at the stadium, Ramirez departed for a local hospital to get an apparent infection checked out...." July 21
Miami Herald "The Marlins and Red Sox already made one blockbuster deal involving Hanley Ramirez in 2005. According to sources, they are not on the verge of making another. A Marlins source shot down a USA Today report on Wednesday which indicated the team was in discussions with Boston to trade Ramirez and..." July 19
Boston Herald "The first question posed to Hanley Ramirez before Wednesday's game was about the Alfonso Soriano line drive he snared in the ninth inning the night before. It was hit with such force that Ramirez removed his glove and began shaking his left hand. Perhaps aware of the more-pressing topic that..." July 19
Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel "Thanks to a rare visit from three of the pitcher's best friends, the Marlins and former Cubs ace Carlos Zambrano headed off to Chicago with a respectable four-game split with the National League East first-place Washington Nationals. Zambrano induced four huge double plays from the Nationals..." July 17
Miami Herald "The Marlins lost Sunday's first half finale in frustrating fashion. But even before Heath Bell blew his sixth save of the season, Hanley Ramirez lost his cool in the Marlins dugout. After grounding out to second base in the sixth inning and falling to 2-for-22 on the road trip, the third..." July 09
Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel "Marlins bench coach Joey Cora was a busy guy before Tuesday's game against the Brewers. Cora is in charge of writing up the lineup card. He filled out three of them. First the Marlins scratched Giancarlo Stanton because of right knee soreness and fatigue. During batting practice, the Marlins..." July 04
Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel "Let's make ripping Hanley Ramirez an annual event. It even could be scheduled on the calendar anywhere between Memorial Day and Labor Day — Rip Hanley Ramirez Day — so everyone could save their best stuff. "Who?" Hanley said Wednesday when asked about former All-Star Gary Sheffield's very valid..." June 29