Catcher Wilson Ramos exited after a scary moment in the fifth inning of tonight’s Orioles-Rays game—a broken bat that struck him right in the head during Ruben Tejada’s backswing.
Becoming a professional baseball player should mean you're pretty much set, right? Forget the odds that a fringe (or star) professional athlete will go broke before he's a certain age—if you spend much of your twenties and thirties making millions or near millions of dollars for playing a game, you've made it in at…
Washington Nationals catcher Wilson Ramos was rescued last night and that is a very good thing. An even better thing? The rescue involved "Venezuelan police commandos" engaged in a "hair-raising" gunfight with his captors in a remote mountainous area.
"Wilson Ramos has been rescued in Venezuela and is with the police on his way back home, his agent, Gustavo Mercano, said in a phone conversation. The Interior Minster [sic] called to tell the family at roughly 10 minutes before 10 p.m. East Coast time.