Wilson Ramos (knee) said Tuesday that he's still hoping to return as a designated hitter at some point in May.
MLB.com's Bill Chastain writes that Wilson Ramos (knee) "will not likely be ready to play until July, and he probably won't be able to catch until August."
Wilson Ramos (knee) said Monday that he thinks he could be ready to serve as a designated hitter by early May before being eased in at catcher.
Rays signed C Wilson Ramos to a two-year, $12.5 million contract.
Joel Sherman of the New York Post confirms the Rays have signed free agent catcher Wilson Ramos to a two-year contract.
Wilson Ramos has a two-year offer from the Rays and "could be close to a decision," per Joel Sherman of the New York Post.
According to Jorge Castillo of the Washington Post, the Rays plan to speak with Wilson Ramos' representatives Tuesday night at the Winter Meetings.
Wilson Ramos' agent Scott Pucino says that his client will be ready for MLB games by April or May "at the latest."
Wilson Ramos is not getting a one-year $17.2 million qualifying offer from the Nationals.
Wilson Ramos' agent Wil Polidor told the Washington Post that his client still plans to seek a four- or five-year contract this winter in free agency.
Wilson Ramos will be sidelined for 6-8 months following surgery Friday to repair ACL and meniscus tears in his right knee.
Wilson Ramos is scheduled to undergo surgery for ACL and meniscus tears in his right knee on Friday.
According to FOX Sports' Ken Rosenthal, there may be meniscus tears in Wilson Ramos' right knee.
Nationals manager Dusty Baker said Tuesday that Wilson Ramos was diagnosed with a torn ACL in his right knee.