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    Wilson Ramos Kidnapped

    Kind of falls in the WTF? file. Ramos is a former Twin traded to the Nationals for Matt Capps.

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    Re: Wilson Ramos Kidnapped

    Quote Originally Posted by RING4CY View Post
    Kind of falls in the WTF? file. Ramos is a former Twin traded to the Nationals for Matt Capps.

    Nationals catcher Wilson Ramos kidnapped - CBSSports.com
    This makes it twice in as many years. The first time was when the Nats kidnapped him from Bill Smith's Twins.



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