- Alejandro De Aza and the Co-Op
While Alejandro De Aza did move to Baltimore recently, as far as I know, he did not join the New Day Co-Op. Instead he joined the Baltimore Orioles as their a reserve outfielder. In my imagination he
- Wilson Ramos Progressing at the Plate
Entering the 2011 season, Wilson Ramos had three main obstacles standing between him and the Washington Nationals' starting catcher job.
One was Ivan Rodriguez. Though Pudge hasn't possessed
- Wilson Ramos Disappoints
which were a decided disappointment for those of us who had invested in his offensive skills.
As a 23-year-old catcher in 2011, Ramos opened eyes with 15 bombs in 435 Plate Appearances to go
- Mauer Sidelined; Ramos Recalled
, the Twins summoned prospect Wilson Ramos from Triple-A Rochester.
Ramos, 22, signed out of Venezuela in 2004 and ranked as the second-best talent in the Minnesota system (per Baseball America and Marc
- Replacing Wilson Ramos
Talk about your run of bad luck...
Wilson Ramos signs with the Twins, forever to be blocked from a starting gig with Joe Mauer already in-house. He gets traded to the Nationals who then decide
- Playing Roulette with Wilson Ramos
Wilson Ramos did enough in 2014 to tease fantasy baseball players again. He batted .267/.299/.399, with 11 home runs, in 361 plate appearances (88 games). He missed time, of course, wasting little
- Alejandro De Aza: Deep League Waiver Wire
. This week's pick will hopefully prove to be one of the few who manged to escape the can't hit disease.
Alejandro De Aza, CHW OF | 3% Owned
With Carlos Quentin on the DL and Adam Dunn speeding up his
- Alejandro De Aza Tries To Keep the Magic Going
What did you know about Alejandro De Aza in the middle of July last year? My guess is, "not a whole lot", if you'd even ever heard of him at all. For my part, I have a vague recollection of him
- Wilson Ramos’ Power Seems to Be Returning
Perhaps, more accurately, Wilson Ramos’ brand of power is returning.
The Washington Nationals’ backstop has slashed .333/.347/.563, with three home runs and two doubles for a .229 ISO, in 49 plate
- Wilson Ramos and the Prejudice of Injury Expectations
One might think, given the value of 20 home runs in fantasy -- from a catcher, no less -- that Wilson Ramos would be a man in demand. After all, he put up 16 dingers last year, good for 10th among
- Wilson Ramos Is Home. Now What?
It's been a week since Wilson Ramos was kidnapped and rescued, in what was one of the most shocking baseball stories in a long time. In a certain sense, the Wilson Ramos kidnapping
- Wilson Ramos' Home Run Surge
He didn't accumulate enough plate appearances to qualify for the end of season rankings, but Wilson Ramos still finished 16th in overall fantasy value according to CBS, despite just 287 at-bats
- Hit More Fly Balls, Wilson Ramos!
Wilson Ramos is currently third on the Nationals with 7 home runs. He has done that on 41 fly balls, for a HR/FB rate of 17.1%. But Ramos has also hit the ball on the ground in play 103 times. Throw
- Wilson Ramos & Lonnie Chisenhall: Waiver Wire
into the year is targeting talented players who have faltered early in the year. In the case of Wilson Ramos, two injuries limited his playing time, making him available in most leagues. For Lonnie
- The Marlins' Elite: A.J. Ramos and Carter Capps
relievers who are the very best at something - A.J. Ramos and Carter Capps.
This week, Jeff Sullivan helpfully wrote about both Ramos and Capps on the main site. Jeff is good at this writing
- Wilson Ramos and Alex Presley: Waiver Wire Help
at this point in time. Here's a pair of guys that just might fit that description.
Wilson Ramos |C| Ownership: ESPN - 12.4% Yahoo - 14.0%
While a guy like Yadier Molina is owned in more than
- Mixing Fantasy & Reality: Wilson Ramos & Notes
Fantasy Projection: Wilson Ramos
Wilson Ramos had a career season this past year pretty much setting a personal career high value in all his offensive stats. Most of the changes were attributed
- Wilson Ramos Tears ACL, Nationals Suffer Big Loss
, the Nationals will need Murphy more than ever, because Dusty Baker just confirmed that starting catcher Wilson Ramos has suffered a torn ACL, ending his season a week before the team takes
- Deep League Waiver Wire: Conor Jackson, Darwin Barney, Wilson Ramos
Wilson Ramos | 5% | 0%
The Nationals’ “Catcher of the Future,” Ramos is seeing big league at bats in 2011. Manager Jim Riggleman has said that Ramos will be in the lineup