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The Case For Wilson Ramos

The Miami Marlins have come off of an extremely disappointing follow up to their 2020 playoff push. The plague of injuries that hampered the team out of the gate could be described as nothing less than jaw-dropping. Injuries to the starting pitching rotation, outfield, and infield had the front office scrambling to patch together a major league roster. If the 2021 baseball season taught Marlin’s fans anything, it is that the depth of the team needs to be improved dramatically.

Mets catcher James McCann is the Bizarro Wilson Ramos

Before we discuss the New York Mets, let’s talk about something else. Please. I need to get it off my chest. There is no superhero worse than Superman. I’m sorry. How lame can one invincible made-up character possibly be? His arch-nemesis is a bald billionaire—basically Jeff Bezos. The one thing that can take him down is a strange product only found on his planet—basically an Amazon Prime account.
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Indians' Wilson Ramos: Undergoes surgery

Ramos underwent surgery Wednesday to repair his torn ACL in his left knee, James Wagner of The New York Times reports. Ramos was diagnosed with a torn ACL and sprained MCL at the end of August and was placed on the 60-day injured list as a result. The 34-year-old had already undergone two surgeries to repair his ACL in the past, and it's not yet clear when he'll be ready to return as he prepares for free agency this winter.
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Mariners Moose Tracks, 8/31/21: Jose Marmolejos, Brad Peacock, and Wilson Ramos

Kyle Lewis was expected to be ready to go for his rehab assignment after his workouts on Sunday, but appears to need some more time. Prior to last night’s game, the Mariners DFA’d RHP Jimmy Yacabonis and recalled INF/OF Jose Marmolejos, who was in the starting lineup at left field. Marmolejos wasted no time in his return as he hit a laser to right field in his first at-bat back, giving the Mariners their first run of the game.

Cleveland Indians catcher Wilson Ramos out for season due to knee injury

The Cleveland Indians announced on Monday that catcher Wilson Ramos will be out for the remainder of the 2021 season because of a significant left knee injury. The team confirmed that Ramos suffered a torn ACL and sprained MCL in Sunday’s game against the Boston Red Sox, and the veteran catcher will require season-ending surgery to repair the knee injury.

Cleveland Indians catcher Wilson Ramos out for year with torn knee ligaments

CLEVELAND -- Indians catcher Wilson Ramos will require season-ending surgery for torn ligaments in his left knee, the team said Monday. Ramos tore his ACL and MCL in the seventh inning of Cleveland's win over the Boston Red Sox on Sunday. He fielded a weak hit in front of the plate and was throwing to second base when his left knee buckled and he crumpled to the infield grass.

Cleveland catcher Wilson Ramos suffers torn ACL, sprained MCL

Indians catcher Wilson Ramos was diagnosed with a torn ACL and a sprained MCL in his knee, tweets Mandy Bell of He’ll require season-ending surgery. Ramos sustained the injury Sunday when fielding a weak grounder in front of the plate. He threw out Red Sox designated hitter J.D. Martinez, who was running from first to second on the play, but dropped in a heap upon releasing the ball. Cleveland trainers came out onto the field as Ramos remained down and gestured to his left knee. He was helped off the field by a pair of members of the Indians training staff. It’s the third ACL tear of Ramos’ career, although the first two tears came in his right knee back in 2012 and in 2016.