Nats' Ramos back from paternity leave

 

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Washington, DC (SportsNetwork.com) - Washington Nationals catcher Wilson Ramos has been activated from the paternity list.

The team made the announcement just before Thursday's afternoon game against the New York Mets.

Ramos is batting .295 with four homers and 26 RBI this season.

The Nationals optioned catcher Sandy Leon to Triple-A Syracuse in a corresponding move.

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