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As Wilson Ramos rehabs, the Detroit Tigers face a dilemma with their catchers

Detroit Tigers manager AJ Hinch didn't want to talk about the Wilson Ramos situation. "He's not coming back for a bit," Hinch said before Friday's 5-4 loss to the Chicago White Sox in extra innings at Comerica Park. "He played his first extended game, so we'll tackle that one when it's a little bit more relevant on the day to day."
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Tigers put Wilson Ramos (back) on 10-day IL

The Detroit Tigers placed catcher Wilson Ramos on the 10-day injured list with a lumbar spine strain. Ramos just returned from the IL last week for the same injury. Eric Haase and Jake Rogers will share catching duties while Ramos is sidelined. Haase will catch right-hander Spencer Turnbull and bat fifth in Monday's series opener against left-hander Sam Hentges and the Cleveland Indians.
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Wilson Ramos Placed on 10-day IL

Https://twitter.com/beckjason/status/1396911361129684992. Ramos came out of the gates red-hot for the Tigers this season. He launched six homers in his first nine games, making him the league leader in that department early in the year. That said, he has cooled off considerably since then. He hasn’t hit a single homer over his past 26 contests, which has dropped his wRC+ to just 71 for the year. That puts him on pace for the second-worst offensive season of his 12-year career.
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Tigers' Wilson Ramos: Placed on injured list

Ramos was placed on the 10-day injured list with a lumbar spine strain Monday. Ramos had started each of the last six games and went 2-for-23 with two RBI, a run, a walk and six strikeouts during that time. He missed 10 days with the same injury earlier in the month, but it's not yet clear whether he'll spend more than 10 days on the shelf this time around. Eric Haase is starting behind the plate and batting fifth Monday, and he could serve as the primary catcher while Ramos and Grayson Greiner (hamstring) are sidelined. Left-hander Derek Holland (shoulder) was reinstated from the 10-day injured list in a corresponding move.
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Tigers' Wilson Ramos: Serving as designated hitter Sunday

Ramos will serve as the designated hitter and bat seventh in Sunday's game against the Royals. Ramos will serve as the DH for the second time in the weekend series, as the Tigers are being cautious with the 33-year-old in his return from the injured list after dealing with a back injury. Expect him to continue splitting time between catcher and DH the rest of the season.
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Wilson Ramos (back) active, starting Monday for Detroit

The Detroit Tigers activated catcher Wilson Ramos from the 10-day injured list for a lumbar spine sprain. Ramos only required a minimum stay on the IL. He will bat sixth as the Tigers' designated hitter in Monday's series opener against left-hander Yusei Kikuchi and the Seattle Mariners. Jake Rogers will start at catcher and Eric Haase will play left field.
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Detroit Tigers' Wilson Ramos activated from injured list; three catchers now on roster

The Detroit Tigers activated catcher Wilson Ramos from the 10-day injured list on Monday, hours before their game at the Seattle Mariners. Ramos suffered a lumbar spine strain earlier this month and was place on the injured list on May 7. To make room for Ramos on the 26-man roster, reliever Alex Lange was sent to Triple-A Toledo after Sunday's loss to the Cubs.
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Wilson Ramos returns to the Detroit roster after injury

DETROIT, MI (WKZO AM/FM) – The Detroit Tigers now have three catchers after Wilson Ramos was activated from the 10-day injured list yesterday. Ramos was out of the lineup with a lumbar strain. Detroit optioned relief pitcher Alex Lange to Triple-A Toledo to make room for Ramos. The Tigers also...
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Tigers' Wilson Ramos: Returns as designated hitter

Ramos (back) was activated from the injured list Monday and will bat sixth and serve as the designated hitter against the Mariners, Jason Beck of MLB.com reports. Ramos' lumbar strain wasn't considered a particularly serious one, so it's no surprise to see him back in action after the minimum 10 days. His .227/.265/.464 line prior to the injury isn't exactly designated hitter material, but the Tigers aren't exactly loaded with proven bats. He'd started at the position six times prior to Monday's contest, and it wouldn't be a surprise if he continued to start there frequently going forward.