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Cleveland catcher Wilson Ramos will miss the remainder of the 2021 campaign after tearing his ACL and spraining his MCL in Sunday's game against the Red Sox.
After J.D. Martinez hit a slow roller in front of the plate, Ramos fielded the ball, and collapsed on the ground after making a throw to first base. As it turns out, Ramos tore his ACL for the third time in his career, as well as sprained his MCL in the process. Ramos will end 2021 hitting .205 with eight homers and 20 RBIs.
Cleveland catcher Wilson Ramos went 1-for-3 with a two-run homer and a walk in a 9-3 win over the Reds on Monday.
Ramos tagged a second-inning offering from Luis Castillo for his eighth homer of the season and second in three days. The veteran catcher is hitting .220 with 14 runs and 16 RBI over 127 at-bats this year.
Cleveland catcher Wilson Ramos went 3-for-4 with a solo homer in a 2-1 loss to Detroit on Saturday.
Ramos was the only Cleveland hitter to score a run, despite the team picking up 10 hits. After spending the first couple of months as a member of the Tigers, he should see semi-regular playing time for Cleveland going forward.
The Indians have signed free agent catcher Wilson Ramos to a minor league deal.
Ramos was cut loose by the Tigers in June. He's a career .272 hitter but slashed just .200/.238/.392 through 35 games this year. The 33-year-old will presumably report to Triple-A Columbus.
The Tigers designated Wilson Ramos for assignment on Tuesday.
After a hot start, Ramos had two separate stints on the IL due to back injuries and was batting .200. With a rebuilding team and Eric Haase and Jake Rogers on the roster, Ramos became expendable. He'll likely catch on with a team in need of depth, but his days as a starter are probably over.