It’s been a rough few years for Washington Nationals catcher Wilson Ramos. It was just a year ago that knee injuries limited Ramos to just 25 games and this season it has been hamstring issues that have limited him to 14 games. While Ramos was recently working to get healthy, it was another setback for the Venezuelan catcher who will now be on the shelf until after the all-star break.
From James Wagner of the Washington Post:
Wilson Ramos suffered setback with hammy while doing first-to-third drills in Viera. Davey says his return unlikely before All-Star break.
— James Wagner (@JamesWagnerWP) June 12, 2013
With Ramos on the sidelines, the Nationals will turn to Kurt Suzuki with Jhonatan Solano serving as the primary back up.