Nats, Ramos avoid arbitration
The Nats catcher said near the end of the season that he wanted to rest while home in Venezuela, but he has been playing winter ball.
In June 2011, while with the Diamondbacks, Williams took offense to Ramos's slow trot after a home run. Here's what this says about the new Nationals manager and his personality.
The 26-year-old catcher wants to rid himself of his fear of injuring himself while running.
The catcher will start his 24th straight game behind the plate and Davey Johnson will check on him and Desmond after the first game.
The catcher changed his diet and began eating arepas from his native Venezuela to power him during his 23-game stretch.
A closer look at the at-bat and video of the called strike in question.
Wilson Ramos is three games away from starting more consecutive games than any catcher in the majors this year.
Wilson Ramos is feeling strong as he enters his 12th straight start behind the plate.
The catcher takes the day off to give his hamstring a break.