Monday, April 29, 2013

Ramos back, but not in lineup

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Wilson Ramos is on the active roster but isn't starting tonight.
ATLANTA — Though he's back on the Nationals' active roster for the first time in two weeks, Wilson Ramos will have to wait one more day before actually rejoining the starting lineup.

Activated off the 15-day disabled list this afternoon, Ramos remained on the bench for the Nationals' series opener against the Braves, with manager Davey Johnson not wanting to take any chances of his young catcher re-injuring his left hamstring.

"I treat hamstrings anything but lightly," Johnson said. "If he's OK today, he'll play tomorrow. I'm just being overly cautious. Just conforming with medical practices today. I'd rather be safe than sorry. That's all."

Ramos, who hurt himself April 13 running down the first-base line, appeared in two rehab games with Class AA Harrisburg, catching three innings on Friday and then six innings on Saturday. He didn't play or workout Sunday before joining the Nationals on their charter flight to Atlanta, which left Johnson to conclude he might still be a bit sore.
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Gonat said...

Maybe Davey missed the memo but Ramos played in 2 rehab games on Friday and Saturday.

Scott Margenau said...

Damn u Davey. Put in Lombo and Moore!!!

NatsLady said...

We had a lot of rain here. They had a lot of rain in Detroit. Maybe they had rain in Atlanta and the field is a little sloppy? (I don't see rain in the forecast.)

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